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Eye Gazing Behaviors in Online Deception

  title={Eye Gazing Behaviors in Online Deception},
  author={Jinie Pak and Lina Zhou},
  booktitle={Americas Conference on Information Systems},
Psychophysiological behaviors of deceivers have been used as an effective leakage channel of face-toface deception. Among various psychophysiological behaviors, eye movement has been identified as one of the most reliable sources of deception behavior in face-to-face communication. However, empirical studies of eye movement behavior in online deception remain scarce. In this research, we investigated eye gazing behaviors of deceivers in online video chatting. Based on the findings of previous… 

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