Distinguishing deceptive from non-deceptive speech

@inproceedings{Hirschberg2005DistinguishingDF,
  title={Distinguishing deceptive from non-deceptive speech},
  author={Julia Hirschberg and Stefan Benus and Jason M. Brenier and Frank Enos and Sarah Friedman and Sarah Gilman and Cynthia Girand and Martin Graciarena and Andreas Kathol and Laura Michaelis and Bryan L. Pellom and Elizabeth Shriberg and Andreas Stolcke},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2005}
}
To date, studies of deceptive speech have largely been confined to descriptive studies and observations from subjects, researchers, or practitioners, with few empirical studies of the specific lexical or acoustic/prosodic features which may characterize deceptive speech. We present results from a study seeking to distinguish deceptive from non-deceptive… CONTINUE READING

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