A comparison of methods for the analysis of event-related potentials in deception detection.


We previously reported that a Bayesian-based event-related potential memory assessment procedure (Allen, Iacono, & Danielson, 1992, Psychophysiology, 29, 504-522) was highly accurate at identifying previously learned material, regardless of an individual's motivational incentive to conceal information. When a bootstrapping procedure (Farwell & Donchin, 1991… (More)


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