Misleading Audio/Visual Cuing

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The Detecting Patterns of Deception page treats Misleading Audio/Visual Cuing as a separate category to stress the ways that the audio/visual capacities of television and the Web expand the ways in which deception occurs. Because we make sense of what we see and hear by combining the available information into coherent narratives, we can be deceived by manipulated or vilifying visuals, clever juxtapositions of candidate speech, print and pictures, and skillful edits that associate unrelated content.