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The result in this book, deliciously, is an introduction to the Science of Untruth."—Stewart Brand, Global Business Network/Monitor"Well written, with fresh insights into deceptive behaviors in diversecontexts, this timely volume is a must-read for anyone interested in thelatest cutting edge thinking about deception."—David Shulman, author of From Hire to Liar: The Role of Deception inthe Workplace"Don't be deceived by the deceptively simple title.

These fascinating essays by biologists, psychologists, sociologists, poets, and computer scientists reveal the complexities of studying deception across historical epochs and types of interactions—from the micromechanisms of facial muscles to online communications, from photography to finance, from the false mating signals of the carnivorous firefly to the literary trickster Brer Rabbit, from deception in warfare to self-delusion.

At the same time, new technologies have made deception more commonplace, more dangerous, and more difficult to detect than ever.

Deception is a particularly timely and insightful work.

It includes essays by biologists, computer scientists, social psychologists, sociologists, political scientists, law professors, humanities professors, and poets. it would be a form of 'reductionism' for the collection as a whole to offer a definition of deception. Bloom, Psych CRITIQUES."This quirky but wonderful book has one message: lies abound. This first-rate book belongs bedside and in any number of disciplinary seminars on deception."—CHOICE"One of the most important forms of communication—deception—is one of the least studied, in part because it deliberately blurs itself to get its effect, in part because there are so many forms of deception they seem to defy coherent analysis.