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Lance Armstrong and the science of lying

Lance Armstrong celebrates after winning a stage of the Tour de France in 2003. Robert Feldman, a leading researcher on the psychology of lying, says that in the case of Armstrong's deception, "he was pretty confident he could get away with it."
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