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" She warns that if lying becomes a strong currency in a family, a child will then lie with less control than adults because of their" She warns that if lying becomes a strong currency in a family, a child will then lie with less control than adults because of their underdeveloped understanding of what's socially acceptable.
Last, but not least, comes the lie with the ball below your feet.
So 50 years ago a chap called Darrell Huff wrote a useful little book called How to Lie With Statistics.
The applicant is, in essence, given numerous opportunities to lie with questions involving relatively mild or minor transgressions, such as "Have you even been angry?," "Have you ever been embarrassed?", "Have you ever been tempted to cheat on your golf score?" -- even the classic, "What would you do if a pay phone erroneously returned your quarter?" Sooner or later, the honest applicant will admit to some sort of negative behavior.