A Meta-Analysis of Individual Differences in Detecting Deception

@inproceedings{Aamodt2006AMO,
  title={A Meta-Analysis of Individual Differences in Detecting Deception},
  author={Michael G. Aamodt and Heather Custer},
  year={2006}
}
  • Michael G. Aamodt, Heather Custer
  • Published 2006
A meta-analysis was conducted to determine if there were individual differences in the ability to detect deception. On the basis of 108 studies covering 16,537 subjects, the results indicated that confidence (r = .05, K = 58, N = 6,315), age (r = -.03, K = 72, N = 2,025), experience (r = -.08, K = 13, N = 1,163), education (r = .03, K = 4, N = 522), and sex (d = -.03, K = 53, N = 6,023) were not significantly related to accuracy in detecting deception. The study also found that “professional… CONTINUE READING

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