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Alternative TitleThe influence of self-control in the perceived of deception and deception
范伟1,2; 钟毅平1; 李慧云2; 孟楚熠1; 游畅1; 傅小兰2
First Author范伟
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Deceit judgment and deceit behavior have different psychological mechanisms. Understanding the relationship between them will enhance mutual trust and long-term interests of the team. Self-control refers to the ability of restraining unnecessary automatic behavior inclination to maintain or promote cooperation. Self-control is believed as the supervision mechanism of the internal natural impulse and the external cultural requirements. Self-control is an important motivation clue in the deceit recognition. However, the self-control plays the motivation clue role in the deceit recognition or the supervision mechanism role in implementing deceits, the cognition mechanism remains unclear yet. The influences of the self-control ability and self-control resources on the deceits are different, but the cognition mechanism of the impacts hasn't been revealed yet. In the present study, we adopted behavioral experiments to investigate the influence of self-control on deception from two views.  In experiment 1, we used the material priming method to examine the impact of perceived others' self-control ability on deceit judgment. The results showed that compared with the ones who have high self-control ability, subjects tended to think the ones who have low self-control ability were inclined to have deception behavior and inclination for their own interest.  In experiment 2, we used the video priming method to investigate the impact of perceived others' self-control resource exhaustion on deception judgment. And the results showed that when perceiving others' self-control resource exhausted, there were no significant main effects or interaction effect in deception inclination when evaluating others deceived for his own interests and other's interest, or in some given contexts.  In experiment 3, we adopted the visual perception task to examine the influence of different levels of self-control ability on deceit behavior. The results showed that compared with the high self-control resource group, the low self-control resource group had more deception behavior and inclination. In experiment 4, we adopted the Stroop color task and the visual perception task to examine self-control resource's impact on deception behavior. The results showed that compared with the control group, the self-control resource exhaustion group had more deception behavior and inclination.  These findings showed that when judging deception, people preferentially utilize others' self-control ability level to judge whether they have deception motivation or inclination. When implementing deception behavior, individuals who have high self-control ability can better restrain selfish motivation and consider long term interests. The individuals who have sufficient self-control resource are inclined to withstand the temptation.

Keyword自我控制能力 自我控制资源 自我控制失败 欺骗
Subject Area认知心理学
DOIDOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1041.2016.00845
Source Publication心理学报
Indexed ByCSCD ; CSSCI ; 中文核心期刊要目总览
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Corresponding Author傅小兰
Affiliation1.湖南师范大学, 认知与人类行为湖南省重点实验室
First Author Affilication脑与认知科学国家重点实验室
Corresponding Author Affilication脑与认知科学国家重点实验室
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范伟,钟毅平,李慧云,等. 欺骗判断与欺骗行为中自我控制的影响[J]. 心理学报,2016,48(7):845-856.
APA 范伟,钟毅平,李慧云,孟楚熠,游畅,&傅小兰.(2016).欺骗判断与欺骗行为中自我控制的影响.心理学报,48(7),845-856.
MLA 范伟,et al."欺骗判断与欺骗行为中自我控制的影响".心理学报 48.7(2016):845-856.
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