From: Willard McCarty <email@example.com>
From: "Gessler, Nicholas (G) ANTHRO" (79)
Subject: Bibliography on Deception - 2 pages
[I am re-circulating the following bibliography that appeared on
DARWIN-L. Why? (1) because it is a rare find; (2) because computing and
deception are closely linked, as is suggested by the word "device"; and
(3) because, as Steiner argues in <t>After Babel</t>, deception is at the
root of human language, and what is Humanist if not a forum for
rhetorical gifts to be exercised in the service of humanities computing?
Evolution of Deception - Bibliography
Many thanks to the following people who helped immeasurably in compiling this
list (please accept my apologies for any omissions):
Jean Aitchison, Edwin Francis Allison Iii, Jerry Barkow, Iain Davidson,
Rosemary Gianno, DGROSSM, Ray Hames, Robert Kruszynski, Tom Love, Gary Mann,
Gregory C. Mayer, Richard Meyer, Mark A. Nadler, Andrew J. Petto, Ron
Roizen, Chris St ephens, Jim Thompson, and Felicia Weiner.
Alcock, J. 1981. Parapsychology: Science or Magic. Pergamon Press.
Anon 1940. The Big Con. (Adapted to the movie The Sting.)
Barkow, Cosmides, etc. "The Evolution of Pychodynamic Mechanisms." In The
Evolutionary and Psychological Foundations of the Social Sciences.
Barkow, Jerome H. 1989. Darwin, Sex, and Status: Biological Approaches to
Mind and Culture. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Brower, Lincoln P., editor 1988. Mimicry And The Evolutionary Process : A Sym
posium. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Byrne, R. and A. Whiten 1987. "The Thinking Primate's Guide to Deception."
In New Scientist, Dec 3,pp 54-57.
Byrne, Richard, and Andrew Whiten, Eds. 1988. Machiavellian Intelligence:
Social Expertise and the Evolution of Intellect in Monkeys, Apes, and Humans.
Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Byrne, Richard and Andrew Whiten 1991. "Computation and Mindreading in
Primate Tactical Decepotion." In Natural Theories of Mind, edited by A.
Byrne, Richard W., and Andrew Whiten 1992. "Cognitive Evolution In Primates:
Evidence From Tactical Deception." Man, 27, 609-628.
Cheney, Dorothy and Robert Seyfarth 1990. How Monkeys See the World - Inside
the Mind of Another Species. University of Chicago Press, Chicago..
Dawkins, R. and J. Krebs 1978. "Animal Signals: Information Or Manipulation."
In Behavioural Ecology, ed. J. Krebs and N. Davies. Pp. 228-309. Oxford, Bla
de Waal, Frans B. M. 1992. "Intentional Deception In Primates." In
Evolutionary Primates, 1-3, 86-92.
Dugatkin, L.A. 1992. "The Evolution Of The Con Artist." Ethology and
Sociobiology, 13, 3-18.
Ekman, Paul 1985. Telling Lies: Clues to Deceit in the Market, Politics, and
Marraige. Norton, New York.
Ekman, P., and M. O'Sullivan 1991. "Who Can Catch A Liar." American
Psychologist, 46, 913-920.
Frisch, Otto von 1973. Animal camouflage. Collins, London.
Hines, Terence 1988. Pseudoscience and the Paranormal. Prometheus Books,
Krebs, D., D. Dennis, K. Denton, and N.C. Higgins 1988. "On The Evolution Of
Self-Knowledge And Self-Deception." In MacDonald, K., Ed, Sociobiological
Perspectives on Human Development, pp. 103-139. Springer-Verlag, New York.
LaFreniere, Peter J. 1988. "Evolution Et La Fonction De Le Trompiere." In
Anthropologie Et Societies, 12-3, 63-75.
Lockard, Joan S., and D.S. Paulhus, Eds. 1988. Self-Deception: An Adaptive
Mechanism. Prentice-Hall, Englewood-Cliffs.
Mitchell, Robert W. and Nicholas S. Thompson, editors 1986. Deception,
Perspectives on Human and Non-Human Deceit. State University of New York,
Olson, Mancur 1971. The Logic of Collective Action, Public Goods and the
Theory of Groups. Harvard University Press, Cambridge..
Owen, Denis F. 1982. Camouflage and mimicry. University of Chicago Press,
Randi, James 1982. Flim-Flam! Psychics, ESP, Unicorns and Other Delusions.
Prometheus Books, Buffalo.
Rappaport, Roy A. 1979. "Sanctity and Lies in Evolution." In Ecology,
Meaning, and Religion. North Atlantic Books, Richmond.
Rue, Loyal D. 1994. By the grace of guile: the role of deception in natural
history and human affairs. Oxford University Press, New York.
Sackheim, Maxwell 1970. My First 60 Years in Advertising. Prentice Hall, Eng
Shreve, James 1991. "Machiavellian Monkeys : The Sneaky Skills Of Our Primate
Cousins Suggest That We May Owe Our Great Intelligence To An Inherited Need To
Deceive." In Discover, 12-6, 68ff.
Smith, Euclid O. 1987. "Deception And Evolutionary Biology." In Cultural
Anthropology, 2-1, 50-64.
Sober, Elliott. "The Primacy of Truth Telling and the Evolution of Lying."
In From a Biological Point of View.
Tooke, William, et al 1991. "Patterns Of Deception In Intersexual And
Intrasexual Mating Strategies." In Ethology And Sociobiology, 12-5, 345-364.
Trivers, Robert 1985. Social Evolution. Benjamin Cummins, Menlo Park.
U.S. Army 1978. Tactical Deception. Field Manual FM-90-2. Government
Wilson, Peter J. 1988. The Domestication of the Human Species. Yale U.
Press, New Haven.
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