Katherine Edward

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We examined the hypotheses that (1) a systematic analysis of nonverbal behavior could be useful in the detection of deceit and (2) that lie detection would be most accurate if both verbal and nonverbal indicators of deception are taken into account. Seventy-three nursing students participated in a study about “telling lies” and either told the truth or lied(More)
The present experiment examined participants' insight into their own behaviour and speech content while lying. It was hypothesized that participants would believe that while lying they show more behaviour stereotypical of lying than they in fact do (Hypothesis 1), whereas they would believe that their own speech content while lying contains fewer(More)
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