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(In)accuracy at Detecting True and False Confessions and Denials: An Initial Test of a Projected Motive Model of Veracity Judgments
Absent a perceived motive for deception, people will infer that a message source is honest. As a consequence, confessions should be believed more often than denials, true confessions will beExpand
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Deception Detection Accuracy is a Predictable Linear Function of Message Veracity Base-Rate: A Formal Test of Park and Levine's Probability Model
This study provided the first empirical test of point predictions made by the Park-Levine probability model of deception detection accuracy. Participants viewed a series of interviews containingExpand
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Some Conceptual and Theoretical Challenges for Cross-Cultural Communication Research in the 21st Century
This essay details select conceptual and theoretical challenges facing intercultural and cross-cultural communication research in the present and future. Notable challenges include defining cultureExpand
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People Lie for a Reason: Three Experiments Documenting the Principle of Veracity
The principle of veracity specifies a moral asymmetry between honesty and deceit. Deception requires justification, whereas honesty does not. Three experiments provide evidence consistent with theExpand
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Treatment of Idiopathic Clubfoot: Experience With the Mitchell-Ponseti Brace
Objective: The Mitchell-Ponseti (MP) foot abduction orthosis was introduced to provide a more user-friendly alternative to the traditional Denis-Browne (DB) brace in the treatment of idiopathicExpand
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Failure mode and effects analysis drastically reduced potential risks in clinical trial conduct
Background Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) is a risk management tool to proactively identify and assess the causes and effects of potential failures in a system, thereby preventing them fromExpand
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Propofol Sedation for Infants With Idiopathic Clubfoot Undergoing Percutaneous Tendoachilles Tenotomy
Objectives: To determine whether percutaneous tenotomy of the Achilles tendon in infants with idiopathic clubfeet can be safely performed under propofol sedation. Background: Many orthopaedicExpand
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The Effect of Suspicion on Deception Detection Accuracy: Optimal Level or Opposing Effects?
The current paper reexamines how suspicion affects deception detection accuracy. McCornack and Levine's (1990) nonlinear “optimal level” hypothesis is contrasted with an “opposing effects”Expand
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A Phase II Trial of Albumin-Bound Paclitaxel and Gemcitabine in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Stage IV Squamous Cell Lung Cancers
Purpose: Gemcitabine and albumin-bound paclitaxel (ABP) exhibit synergistic antitumor efficacy, with ABP serving to increase the intratumoral gemcitabine concentration. Both drugs are active inExpand
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