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Deception and the body: Replicating, improving and extending analyses of bodily movement in deception
By definition a liar knows what they say to another is designed to mislead. Based upon extant theories on ironic processes and embodied cognition, we developed a more precise deception detection model that predicts lies ...
Strategies for deception by liars and truthtellers
One of the recent avenues of research within the field of deception is the differences in strategies used by liars and truth tellers. The present work examines the actual strategies reported by liars and truth tellers ...
Using the Imagined False Autobiographical Memory Task to Examine the Language of Narrative Lies
Narrative memories are memories of experienced events. A narrative lie is the deliberate attempt to mislead by telling an imagined narrative as though it actually occurred. According to the theory of reality monitoring, ...
The liar you know: The role of relationship on perceptions of deceptive cues
This study examined whether individuals attend to different behavioral clues to deception depending on the type of relationship and the stakes of the lie. Participants were instructed to imagine a hypothetical deceptive ...
Using Behavior to Determine Hostile Intent in a Security Checkpoint Context: Do Liars Betray Ill Intent Through Incongruent and Referential Behaviors?
This study examines the role of macro-level behaviors in the judgment of veracity at a security checkpoint. In Phase 1, some participants are randomly assigned to pass through a security checkpoint while carrying a mock ...