Articles relating to Lie Detection

Patrick & Iacono (1991)
Sampling bias in control question of polygraph test
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Ginton (1982)
Polygraph charts on their on in real life is no better than monitoring behaviour on its own
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Lancaster (2013)
Liars observing through activity room... Sorting task...
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Vrij et al. (2008)
Cognitive load increases detection, needs real world work
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Nahari et al. (2014)
Verifiability details, focused on outright lies and written statements
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Nahari & Ben Shakhar (2011)
Knowledge... delay doesn't help guilty but can help innocent
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Vrij et al. (2017)
Cognitive approach brings cues to light helping detection
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Bowman et al. (2013)
Rapid Serial Visual Representation, less susceptible to countermeasures
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Vrij & Granhag (2012)
Importance of questions, cognitive load, unanticipated questions, make them work harder
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Warmelink et al. (2011)
Thermal imaging at airports
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DePaulo et al. (2003)
Lies appear more tense and less compelling, cues were stronger when more motivated (especially for identity)
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