3 edition of Lying and its detection found in the catalog.
Lying and its detection
John Augustus Larson
Bibliography: p. 419-442.
|Other titles||Deception and deception tests.|
|Statement||[by] John A. Larson. In collaboration with George W. Haney and Leonarde Keeler. With an introd. by August Vollmar.|
|Series||Patterson Smith reprint series in criminology, law enforcement, and social problems. Publication no. 78|
|Contributions||Haney, George Walker, 1899- joint author., Keeler, Leonarde, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV8078 .L3 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 453 p.|
|Number of Pages||453|
|LC Control Number||69016241|
This chapter presents an overview of the growing neuroimaging literature on deception and its detection. The two main classes of deception paradigms, differentiation of deception and concealed information, are introduced and the results of neuroimaging studies using them are summarized and discussed both in terms of theoretical implications and. its detection. The moral status of lying is a classic topic of interest for philosophers. That is, whether and when lying is ethically permissible is a matter of longstanding debate. Psychiatrists, sociologists, and psychologists also focus on lying and lie detection. More.
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Lie detection is an assessment of a verbal statement with the goal to reveal a possible intentional deceit. Lie detection may refer to a cognitive process of detecting deception by evaluating message content as well as non-verbal cues. It also may refer to questioning techniques used along with technology that record physiological functions to ascertain truth and falsehood in . Book Description. This book develops a sociological account of lie detection practices and uses this to think about lying more generally. Bringing together insights from sociology, social history, socio-legal studies and science and technology studies (STS), it explores how torture and technology have been used to try to discern the truth.
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This book is a short read that focuses more on the philosophy of lying. Harris discusses vulnerability, false encouragement and how lying affects your relationships.
I highly recommend getting the e-book and spending an afternoon questioning the truth with Mr. Harris. Lying in trade occurs when the seller of a product or service may advertise untrue facts about the product or service in order to gain sales, especially by competitive advantage.
Many countries and states have enacted consumer protection laws intended to combat such fraud. A memory hole is a mechanism for the alteration or disappearance of inconvenient or embarrassing documents. There are many such books. Most are crap. they promote information proven to be false. Even psych text books often cite bad information.
For general reading look at Paul Ekman’s “Lies” and related books. Ekman was the force behind the factual basi. Very scarce first edition by the inventor of the polygraph. Binding solid and square, text clean. A Study of Deception and Deception Tests. Lying and its detection book A.
Larson. Lying and Its Detection. One has a piece detached from one of corner inner folds (see pic) but piece is Rating: % positive. The distinguished Paul Ekman, who in fact coined the term micro - expression has stated in his book Telling Lies that micro expressions are rare and.
In this book the author discusses the history of attempts to detect lying in the past, including torture, the third degree, and the work of prosecuting attorneys before judges and juries. He then discusses word association tests, the scopolamine technic of Dr.
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The Lying Brain is the first book to explore the cultural history of an array of lie detection technologies: their ideological assumptions, the scientific and fictional literatures that create and market them, and the literacies required for their interpretation.
Book Description: "The Lying Brainis a study to take argument is timely, clear, and of particular importance to the enlargement of our understanding of the relationships among science studies, literary studies, and technology studies."Ronald Schleifer, University of Oklahoma.
Learn how deception detection happens (or doesnt). Spoiler: its not because liars look like theyre lying. Apart from a deep dive into 25+ years of research into deception detection, this book is also humble and candid in sharing the trials and travails of experimental design, the actual work of science, and the road to constructing a testable and replicable theory/5.
"The Lying Brain is a study to take seriously. Its argument is timely, clear, and of particular importance to the enlargement of our understanding of the relationships among science studies, literary studies, and technology studies."Ronald Schleifer, University of OklahomaRatings: 0.
BOHEMIAN SASQUATCH DETECTION: A study into deception and its detection (two volumes) Author Posey, Mark (Pseud: Perry Noid) Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Good+ Edition First Edition Binding Paperback Publisher Privately Printed Place of Publication (Chickasha, OK) Date published Keywords deception, lying, lie, manipulation Book Edition: First Edition.
The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. nating overvie w of the social psychology of lying and its detection. Foreshado wing the quality of the rest of the book, the opening chapter i s a very impressive merging of empirical research. Lying detection and eye movement.
Every time I read an article about lying detection using eye movements I become disappointed simply because people put rules like “looking to the left means that he is lying” and then follow them blindly thinking that they are always correct.
The first section of the book deals with the definition of lying and the types of lying, and the second, with the methods that have been used to determine guilt or innocence from early times to the present.
The difficulties involved in all these, from the methods of torture to the modern judge and jury system, are shown by quotations from. The Lying Brain is the first book to explore the cultural history of an array of lie detection technologies: their ideological assumptions, the scientific and fictional literatures that create and market them, and the literacies required for their : The Lying Brain is the first book to explore the cultural history of an array of lie detection technologies: their ideological assumptions, the scientific and fictional literatures that create and market them, and the literacies required for their examining a rich archive of materials about lie detection-from science to Cited by: 8.
In a paper based on data from thousands of people, researchers showed why humans are so bad at noticing lies—and why the most popular theory of.
-Too much will make truth tellers appear to be lying, and too little won't facilitate lie detection Alter the retelling of the story-Reverse order--In forward order, only 42% accurately classified stories as being truth or lie, but 60% accuracy in reverse order condition-Maintain eye contact.
In a new book, “Spy the Lie,” three former CIA officers share decades of experience in recognizing deceptive behavior and how you can apply their methods to everyday work situations. One of the authors, Michael Floyd. A. Vrij, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 4 The Human Lie Detector.
In the scientific lie detection studies, observers are typically given videotapes or audiotapes and asked to judge whether each of a number of people is lying.
The alternatives to choose from are ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ resulting in a 50 percent chance of being correct.