Classic Collision Atlanta Deceivers #41

Posted on 02. Apr, 2017 by in Classic Collision Atlanta

7/21/12

This experience has taught me so much….AND TRUST ME, EVERYDAY IS STILL A WORK IN PROGRESS! Its a beautiful thing when one has been tormented to the extent that they may never think that they might see the light of day again and pray constantly pray for the Lord to take them, so that they may escape their pain…..then they are granted the strength to do whatever it takes to conquer what has happened to them, in order that they might live a happy, life.

Despite what we think we may have learned…despite what we may think we have conquered…the fact that we have been given a new opportunity doesn’t mean that it might not happen again.

Remember, we have been deceived in the past and we have deceive in returned. Spend as much time, as possible, studying others…in order that we might not be deceived again. Unfortunately, some of the deceivers out there are masters..they do not care about what their deceivious acts cost others and they never will.

It is inevitable, not all people are bad…some of us get off to a really bad start in LIFE and work our way back to good…as we were probably born that way…..

BEWARE..SOME OF THE PEOPLE OUT THERE ARE ROTTEN TO THE CORE AND ALWAYS WILL BE..IF YOU ARE UNFORTUNATE ENOUGH TO EXPERIENCE ONE IOTA OF THESE MONSTERS…RUN LIKE —-!

The following term is a very soft term but, it carries a lot of weight. It is an extremely STRONG WORD…not to be taken lightly!

I could not have come up with a better term, to describe Manfred Kammerer’s actions, if I had invented it myslef!

 

Deception

Deception, beguilement, deceit, bluff, mystification, bad faith, and subterfuge are acts to propagate beliefs that are not true, or not the whole truth (as in half-truths or omission). Deception can involve dissimulation, propaganda, and sleight of hand. It can employ distraction, camouflage or concealment. There is also self-deception as in bad faith.

Deception is a major relational transgression that often leads to feelings of betrayal and distrust between relational partners. Deception violates relational rules and is considered to be a negative violation of expectations. Most people expect friends, relational partners, and even strangers to be truthful most of the time. If people expected most conversations to be untruthful, talking and communicating with others would require distraction and misdirection to acquire reliable information. A significant amount of deception occurs between romantic and relational partners.

Types

Deception includes several types of communications or omissions that serve to distort or omit the complete truth. Deception itself is intentionally managing verbal and/or nonverbal messages so that the message receiver will believe in a way that the message sender knows is false. Intent is critical with regard to deception. Intent differentiates between deception and an honest mistake. The Interpersonal Deception Theory explores the interrelation between communicative context and sender and receiver cognitions and behaviors in deceptive exchanges.

The five primary forms of deception are:

Lies: making up information or giving information that is the opposite or very different from the truth.

Equivocations: making an indirect, ambiguous, or contradictory statement.

Concealments: omitting information that is important or relevant to the given context, or engaging in behavior that helps hide relevant information.

Exaggerations: overstatement or stretching the truth to a degree.

Understatements: minimization or downplaying aspects of the truth.

 Motives

There are three primary motivations for deceptions in close relationships.

Partner-focused motives: using deception to avoid hurting the partner, to help the partner to enhance or maintain his/her self-esteem, to avoid worrying the partner, and to protect the partner’s relationship with a third party. Partner-motivated deception can sometimes be viewed as socially polite and relationally beneficial.

Self-focused motives: using deception to enhance or protect their self-image, wanting to shield themselves from anger, embarrassment, or criticism. Self-focused deception is generally perceived as a more serious transgression than partner-focused deception because the deceiver is acting for selfish reasons rather than for the good of the relationship.

Relationship-focused motives: using deception to limit relationship harm by avoiding conflict or relational trauma. Relationally motivated deception can be beneficial to a relationship, and other times it can be harmful by further complicating matters.

Detection

Deception detection between relational partners is extremely difficult, unless a partner tells a blatant or obvious lie or contradicts something the other partner knows to be true. While it is difficult to deceive a partner over a long period of time, deception often occurs in day-to-day conversations between relational partners. Detecting deception is difficult because there are no known completely reliable indicators of deception. Deception, however, places a significant cognitive load on the deceiver. He or she must recall previous statements so that his or her story remains consistent and believable. As a result, deceivers often leak important information both verbally and nonverbally.

Deception and its detection is a complex, fluid, and cognitive process that is based on the context of the message exchange. The

Interpersonal Deception Theory posits that interpersonal deception is a dynamic, iterative process of mutual influence between a sender, who manipulates information to depart from the truth, and a receiver, who attempts to establish the validity of the message. A deceiver’s actions are interrelated to the message receiver’s actions. It is during this exchange that the deceiver will reveal verbal and nonverbal information about deceit. Some research has found that there are some cues that may be correlated with deceptive communication, but scholars frequently disagree about the effectiveness of many of these cues to serve as reliable indicators. Noted deception scholar Aldert Vrij even states that there is no nonverbal behavior that is uniquely associated with deception. As previously stated, a specific behavioral indicator of deception does not exist. There are, however, some nonverbal behaviors that have been found to be correlated with deception. Vrij found that examining a “cluster” of these cues was a significantly more reliable indicator of deception than examining a single cue

Truth bias

The truth bias significantly impairs the ability of relational partners to detect deception. In term of deception, a truth bias reflects a tendency to judge more messages as truths than lies, independent of their actual veracity. When judging message veracity, the truth bias contributes to an overestimate of the actual number of truths relative to the base rate of actual truths. The truth bias is especially strong within close relationships. People are highly inclined to trust the communications of others and are unlikely to question the relational partner unless faced with a major deviation of behavior that forces a reevaluation. When attempting to detect deceit from a familiar person or relational partner, a large amount of   information about the partner is brought to mind. This information essentially overwhelms the receiver’s cognitive ability to detect and process any cues to deception. It is somewhat easier to detect deception in strangers, when less information about that person is brought to mind.

Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.

 

4 Responses to “Classic Collision Atlanta Deceivers #41”

  1. Exposed

    18. Aug, 2012

    They are not videos they are screen caps from a conversation where you did in fact specify that you where never raped. Turn your html on and you will see it.

    Your specific words where “the man never did force me against my will. The heartless asshole refused to help me with my medical bills, or loan me money. I needed those things.”

    http://i1050.photobucket.com/albums/s407/engridlirettexposed1/327da449.jpg

    Lets brush up on the definition of rape.
    Rape: forcing another person to have sexual intercourse

    So seeing as you where never actually forced to do anything(your words not mine) you where never actually raped. Which makes you no not a rape victim but a disgruntled gold digger who never got paid for her services.

  2. Exposed

    10. Aug, 2012