Lyin' eyes: ocular-motor measures of reading reveal deception.

@article{Cook2012LyinEO,
  title={Lyin' eyes: ocular-motor measures of reading reveal deception.},
  author={Anne E. Cook and Douglas J. Hacker and Andrea K. Webb and Dahvyn Osher and Sean Kristjansson and Dan J. Woltz and John C. Kircher},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Applied},
  year={2012},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={301-13}
}
Our goal was to evaluate an alternative to current methods for detecting deception in security screening contexts. We evaluated a new cognitive-based test of deception that measured participants' ocular-motor responses (pupil responses and reading behaviors) while they read and responded to statements on a computerized questionnaire. In Experiment 1, participants from a university community were randomly assigned to either a "guilty" group that committed one of two mock crimes or an "innocent… CONTINUE READING
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