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We examined how observers’ impressions of nonnative speakers and their cues to deception affected decision-making. Native and nonnative English speakers lied or told the truth about having committed a transgression, and then observers attempted to detect their lies. Observers were better able to...
Children’s perceptions of positive and negative parental behaviours may differ from how parents perceived their own behaviour. This study evaluated the validity and reliability of the Parental Metaemotion Philosophy Scale–Adolescent version (PMEPS-Adolescent), a 21-item measure that assessed...
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