The validity of psychophysiological detection of information with the Guilty Knowledge Test: a meta-analytic review.

@article{BenShakhar2003TheVO,
  title={The validity of psychophysiological detection of information with the Guilty Knowledge Test: a meta-analytic review.},
  author={Gershon Ben-Shakhar and Eitan Elaad},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={88 1},
  pages={131-51}
}
The authors performed a meta-analysis based on 169 conditions, gathered from 80 laboratory studies, to estimate the validity of the Guilty Knowledge Test (GKT) with the electrodermal measure. The overall average effect size was 1.55, but there were considerable variations among studies. In particular, mock-crime studies produced the highest average effect size (2.09). Three additional moderators were identified: Motivational instructions, deceptive ("no") verbal responses, and the use of at… CONTINUE READING
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