Symposia: 221/96 - Two sides of the same medal: Deception, its detection by, and consequences for others

Wednesday 5 July
14.30 - 16.10 h.
Andalucía III
People readily deceive others. In this symposium, we focus on different types of deception, how deception and (un)trustworthiness can be inferred and how a resulting mindset of distrust influences cognitive accessibility, abstraction abilities, and social comparison.

 

Chair
Corinna Michels
Psychologist. PhD Student. Department Psychology. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.

 

221/9601 Practice makes lies more perfect and honesty less perfect

(1) van Beest, Ilja; (2) van 't Veer, Anna; (3) Stel, Marielle

(1) Tilburg University, Netherlands.; (2) Leiden University, Netherlands; (3) University of Twente, Netherlands

221/9602 Determinants of impressions of trustworthiness from faces

(1) Todorov, Alexander

(1) Princeton University, USA

221/9603 Accessibility is a matter of trust: Dispositional and contextual distrust blocks accessibility effects

(1) Mayo, Ruth; (2) Kleiman, Tali; (3) Sher, Noa; (4) Elster, Andrey

(1) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; (2) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; (3) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; (4) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

221/9604 When trust leads to ‘non-social’ integration: Trust fosters information integration

(1) Posten, Ann-Christin; (2) Gino, Francesca

(1) University of Cologne, Germany; (2) Harvard University, USA

221/9605 Consequences of deception: Distrusting others reduces social comparison

(1) Michels, Corinna; (2) Burgmer, Pascal; (3) Mussweiler, Thomas

(1) University of Cologne, Germany; (2) University of Cologne, Germany; (3) London Business School, UK