Statewide: Why deceptive communication is so common
History shows there's nothing new about people selectively telling the truth.
“You can go through the ages in which generals would selectively report their successes on the battlefield and would not report all the losses,” said Matt McGlone, a Professor of Communications Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
He also said deceptive statements almost always contain a kernel of truth.
He sits down for an interview on this week's show.