Deception detection under varying electronic media and warning conditions

  title={Deception detection under varying electronic media and warning conditions},
  author={Joey F. George and Kent Marett and Patti Tilley},
  journal={37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the},
  pages={9 pp.-}
With an increasing amount of business-related tasks and decisions being supported by communication technology, it is important to understand and explore the vulnerabilities that may result from its use. One of these weaknesses is the transmission of deceptive information. Very little research investigating mediated deception and its detection exists, however. This paper reports the results of one such investigation. An experiment was conducted involving an interactive interview of deceitful… CONTINUE READING

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