On Lie Detection “Wizards”

@article{Bond2007OnLD,
  title={On Lie Detection “Wizards”},
  author={C. Bond and A. Uysal},
  journal={Law and Human Behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={109-115}
}
  • C. Bond, A. Uysal
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Law and Human Behavior
  • M. O’Sullivan and P. Ekman (2004) claim to have discovered 29 wizards of deception detection. The present commentary offers a statistical critique of the evidence for this claim. Analyses reveal that chance can explain results that the authors attribute to wizardry. Thus, by the usual statistical logic of psychological research, O’Sullivan and Ekman's claims about wizardry are gratuitous. Even so, there may be individuals whose wizardry remains to be uncovered. Thus, the commentary outlines… CONTINUE READING
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