An interfering n-back task facilitates the detection of concealed information with EDA but impedes it with cardiopulmonary physiology.

@article{Ambach2011AnIN,
  title={An interfering n-back task facilitates the detection of concealed information with EDA but impedes it with cardiopulmonary physiology.},
  author={Wolfgang Ambach and Rudolf Stark and Dieter Vaitl},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={80 3},
  pages={
          217-26
        }
}
One approach to investigate psychophysiological processes occurring in the Concealed Information Test (CIT) is to use a parallel task, which engages specific mental activity in addition to the CIT. In the present study, the influence of an interfering n-back task on the physiological responses in a Concealed Information Test (CIT) was investigated. Forty participants underwent a mock-crime experiment with a modified CIT. In a within-subject design, the CIT was applied in blocks with and without… CONTINUE READING

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