Exploring the movement dynamics of deception

@inproceedings{Duran2013ExploringTM,
  title={Exploring the movement dynamics of deception},
  author={Nicholas D. Duran and Rick Dale and Christopher T. Kello and Chris N. H. Street and Daniel C. Richardson},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2013}
}
BOTH THE SCIENCE AND THE EVERYDAY PRACTICE OF DETECTING A LIE REST ON THE SAME ASSUMPTION: hidden cognitive states that the liar would like to remain hidden nevertheless influence observable behavior. This assumption has good evidence. The insights of professional interrogators, anecdotal evidence, and body language textbooks have all built up a sizeable catalog of non-verbal cues that have been claimed to distinguish deceptive and truthful behavior. Typically, these cues are discrete… CONTINUE READING
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