He'll lay out we evolved to be liars, and how, in order to lie better to others, we often lie to ourselves first. (Even infants practice deception.) We'll discuss the myths people believe about how they can detect lies, and discuss how “cognitive load” (limitations of memory and mind) plays a big part in our detection of deception in others and how minimizing it in ourselves helps lesson our chances in getting caught in a lie.
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