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Daily Archive June 20th, 2007

Beyond shifting eyes and shifting posture

Filed in Research News
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A BETTER WAY TO DECIDE ABOUT LYING   Aldert Vrij and other researchers at the University of Portsmouth have found that often-recommended lie detection methods, such as looking for verbal or visual cues of deception, aren’t terribly effective. A promising approach may be to ask interviewees to answer in a more cognitively-demanding fashion, such as […]