Vulgar people are less likely to lie

Vulgar people are less likely to lie

The use of vulgarismsów is ogólnie accepted as inappropriate, and in some situations unacceptable. The perceived mainównie for the manifestation of low standardsóin moral. It is primarily associated with the expression of emotions such as anger, rage, frustration or surprise. Although there are environments, and each of us knows one, where vulgarity is the order of the day and shocks no one. It turns out that obscene vocabulary has an advantage after all.

Researchers led by Dr. David Stillwell of the University of Cambridge conducted a series of experiments, whichóre have shown that people often „Those throwing meat” Are more outspoken than the more polite in speech.

A study in whichórym was attended by 276 participantsów, consisted of indicating the most frequently used and favorite curse words. ParticipantóThe róAlso asked to give reasons for the use of vulgarismsów. The respondents then underwent a test of the truthóinability to determine whether responses were sincere, or whether participants respond in waysób socially acceptable. To do this, the researchers used the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire. The results indicated that those któThose who mentioned more vulgarityóIn, they lied less often.

The second part of the study involved collecting data from 75,000 usersóIn Facebook, to measure the use of vulgarityóin online social interactions. Analysis of the data showed that those whoóers used more vulgarityóin, were róalso more likely to use patternóin language, whoóre have been shown in previous studies to be fair. It is primarily the use of pronounsóin such as "me" i "mi".

Scientists in this part of the study benefited from work under the direction of Matthew L. Newman’s 2003 study, according to whichóThe liars are less likely to use pronounsóin the first person singular such as "me" i "mi". It’s about subconsciously cutting off the lie and using wordsóin not relating to their person. They are also using specificóIn than abstract concepts in relation to other osób, which is why they are less likely to use pronounsów „she” or „he”, using someone’s name more often. Newman’s study also showed that spinners often feel uncomfortable about lying, which is why their vocabulary includes more negative sentiments.

– Swearing is often inappropriate, but it can be róAlso proof that the person expresses a sincere opinion. Such a person does not use a peculiar filter in his language to be more polite. In the same wayób does not filter róAlso their viewsów – Stillwell stated.

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