Media Appearances and Mentions about Deception

CBS Sunday Morning, Sunday June 10, 2007

The Early Show, September 28, 2007

The Today show, February 6, 2006

NPR (several times)

I’ve also appeared on Good Morning American, Hardball with Chris Matthews, and Anderson Cooper 360.


New York Times:
At airports, a misplaced faith in body language
By John Tierney
March 23, 2014


New York Times:
The search for our inner lie detectors
By Matt Richtel
April 26, 2014


New York Times:
How comfortable are you with lying?
By Michael Gonchar
March 26, 2014


New York Times:
7 lies about lying
By Errol Morris
August 6, 2009


New York Times:
“Lies as wishes”
May 22, 2010


Los Angeles Times
“Detecting a crime before it happens”
By Bob Drogin
May 28, 2010


Airport security: Intent to deceive?
By Sharon Weinberger
(2010), 465, 412-415


New York Times
“A highly evolved propensity for deceit”
By Natalie Angier
December 23, 2008


New York Times
“I’m Not Lying, I’m Telling a Future Truth. Really.”
By Benedict Carey
May 6, 2008


New Yorker
By Margaret Talbot
July 2, 2007


New York Magazine
Can split-second micro-expressions help employers hire smarter?
By Christopher Shea
January 16, 2015


Washington Post
“Almost everyone lies, often seeing it as a kindness”
By Shankar Vedantam
February 19, 2007

Trump lies more than Clinton. But Americans think she’s more dishonest. Here’s why.
By Kim Soffen
July 27, 2016

President Trump seems to be saying more and more things that aren’t true
By Ashley Parker
June 19, 2018


USA Today
“Airport security arsenal adds behavior detection”
By Thomas Frank
September 25, 2007


“The truth about lying”
By Jessica Bennett
August 26, 2009


New York Times Magazine
“Looking for the Lie”
By Robin Marantz Henig
February 5, 2006 cover story