The evolutionary route to self-deception: Why offensive versus defensive strategy might be a false alternative

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 34 (1):21-22 (2011)
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Self-deception may be the result of social manipulation and conflict management of social in-groups. Although self-deception certainly has offensive and defensive aspects, a full evolutionary understanding of this phenomenon is not possible until strategies of other parties are included into a model of self-perception and self-representation
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