Name Professor Course Date Interpersonal Deception Theory (IDT) Abstract This research paper explains the Interpersonal Deception Theory. It also gives the examples and applications of the theory with a brief description through forms of deceptive communication. Also the concept of leakage is discussed as a major deceptive communication. Furthermore the IDT is explained and its importance to the society relating to the police brutality. The last part is the conclusion which summarizes the whole paper. Introduction The Interpersonal deceptive Theory tries to explain how different people deal with their partners during face-to-face communication in their perceived or actual deception and on their conscious and subconscious levels (Kory Floyd 124). However this theory suggests that most of the people are unable to fully estimate their deception detection ability. Early research in the same area showed that deception was not classified as an activity for communication. The previous work concentrated on real life communication environment can help someone survive the brutal treatment of the police. Works cited Kory Floyd McGraw-Hill ”Interpersonal Communication” 3rd Ed 2017 Spencer Elizabeth A. "The Use of Deception in Interpersonal Communication with Alzheimer's Disease Patients." The Midwest Quarterly 58.2 (2017): 176. Rungruangthum Montarat and Richard Watson Todd. "Differences in Language Used by Deceivers and Truth-Tellers in Thai Online Chat." (2017). Grossman Margalit. Study of Social Media Users: The Relationship between Online Deception Machiavellian Personality Self-Esteem and Social Desirability. Diss. Alliant International University 2017. Rubin Victoria L. "Deception detection and rumor debunking for social media." The SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods (2017): 342. Ho Shuyuan Mary et al. "Gender deception in asynchronous online communication: A path analysis." Information Processing & Management 53.1 (2017): 21-41. Holmes Marcus. Face-to-face diplomacy: Social neuroscience and international relations. Cambridge University Press 2018. Mediate.com. (2018). Interpersonal Deception Theory: Ten Lessons for Negotiators. [online] Available at: https://www.mediate.com/articles/hearnJ1.cfm [Accessed 13 Mar. 2018]. [...]
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