3:15 - the importance of interpersonal communication.
6:38 - causes of breakdowns in communication.
8:58 - how a student challenged Dr Levine's thinking on deception.
14:34 - the value of being open-minded and humble.
16:36 - how good are we at telling lies?
18:37 - why are we not better at spotting lies?
20:07 - being truth biased is helpful.
21:05 - how prevalent is lying?
23:26 - why do people lie?
25:46 - lying to protect other people's feelings.
28:35 - most common lies.
31:04 - is evasion deception?
34:09 - the role of motive in detecting lies.
35:27 - what is truth default theory and how did it help deception detection?
37:34 - non verbal cues cannot help us detect lies.
38:09 - how we can actually detect lies.
42:15 - cheating experiments.
46:34 - are federal agents better at detecting lies?
48:14 - what questions can we ask to tell if someone is lying?
49:57 - how even professionals can get it wrong. The Amanda Knox case.
52:11 - how to be more believable.
56:43 - your reaction to being accused can make you look guilty.
58:39 - finding the balance between scepticism and truth default.
01:00:48 - What got Tim into deception.
01:02:05 - is love really blind?
01:03:37 - Is Santa is real?
01:06:30 - importance of character in deciding whether to believe someone.
01:08:16 - two big take-aways.
01:08:58 - how to connect with Dr Timothy Levine.
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