Research Paper On Lie Detectors

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  • Smoke Detectors

    A 5 page paper. The question was to discuss benefits and drawbacks of using radioactive ions in smoke detectors, according to any type of point of view, e.g., ethical. After reporting and discussing the research of both ionized and photoelectric smoke detectors, the writer finds there are no issues relative to the radioactive ions. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Psychology of Lying

    A 16 page research paper that explores the psychology of lying. In recent years, social scientists have begun to explore this topic, why people lie and to whom. This research suggests that lying is not only a common occurrence, but an integral part of social relations. Without everyday lies, the little lies, the "fibs" that people say to be polite, the social wheels of personal interaction would undoubtedly grind to a halt. However, in today's ever-increasingly complicated world, it becomes more and more imperative to be able to tell who is lying and to understand why. Therefore, a considerable body of research has also been devoted to developing guidelines for lie detection. This research examines what is known about lying -- who lies, who they lie to, why they lie and how to detect the liar. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

  • Overview of Lies and Liars

    A 3 page paper which examines and classifies, without the use of source material, casual lies, careful lies, and compulsive liars. No sources cited.

  • Lying is Never Ethical

    This 3 page paper examines lying and provides an example of the lying promise. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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