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Everybody Lies

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There have been many studies that tried to confirm if this behaviour of telling lies happens with or without the mind being conscious, in other words, if this behaviour happens without us realizing or wanting to happen. At the same time, there have been quite a few studies in 2018 trying to prove that lying happens more often as a cognitive dissonance action. This can depend very much on the type of person you are as well as the intentions you have when calling…

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