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Drew Curtis, PhD
Nurse Educator. 40(5):254-257, September/October 2015
This study examined nursing students’ beliefs about indicators of deception and their attitudes toward patient deception. Nursing students (n=58) from various nursing programs completed a Detection of Deception Questionnaire and Attitudes Toward Patient Deception Scale. Nursing students have a number of inaccurate beliefs about deception and possess negative attitudes toward patients who lie. Implications for nursing education are discussed by the author.