Eliciting cues to deception and truth: What matters are the questions asked

  • L. Vrij, Pär Anders Granhagb
  • Published 2012


In this paper we argue that there is little need for more of the traditional deception detection research in which observers assess short video clips in which there are few (if any) cues to deception and truth. We argue that a change in direction is needed and that researchers should focus on the questions the vailable online 7 March 2012 


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