Detecting deception by manipulating cognitive load.

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distracters are eliminated from what is defined as the nodistraction condition. It also is important to determine whether behavioral results can be extended to procedures involving non-spatial memoranda [2,3,5]. In addition to the specific results, the Vogel et al. study [8] shows that a combination of experimental, psychometric and physiological methods can strengthen our understanding of how the human mind processes information.

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@article{Vrij2006DetectingDB, title={Detecting deception by manipulating cognitive load.}, author={Aldert Vrij and Ronald P. Fisher and Samantha Mann and Sharon Leal}, journal={Trends in cognitive sciences}, year={2006}, volume={10 4}, pages={141-2} }