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The demonstrated fakability of the IAT has led some researchers to examine various means of distinguishing faked from non-faked performance.
Surprisingly, 34 per cent of men admitted they had also faked climax at least once.
Despite the video's careful Minimalist choreography, the pervading feeling is "fakeness"--the fake fox rustling around the fake corpse in a fake hotel lobby, all within the confines of a real dream that, once staged, itself becomes necessarily faked.
In an added twist, the investigators contrasted the brain activity when a woman faked an orgasm and when she actually had one as best as they could tell.