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Why Don''t We Catch Liars

Why Don''t We Catch Liars,P. Ekman

Why Don''t We Catch Liars   (Citations: 19)
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Published in 1996.
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    • ...Research done by Anderson (1986), DePaulo and colleagues (1996), Ekman (1996), and Kashy and DePaulo (1996) indicates that people lie, usually successfully, in their daily lives and in their intimate/sexual relationships (Burdon, 1996; Fischer, 1996; Knox et al, 1993; Rowatt et al, 1998; Stebleton & Rothenberger, 1993)...

    William D. Marelichet al. Sexual Deception as a Social-Exchange Process: Development of a Behavi...

    • ...Apart from the already mentioned Ekman (1985), other works by Ekman about the detection of deception include Ekman and Friesen (1969, 1974), Ekman (1981, 1988a, 1988b, 1989, 1996, 1997a, 1997b), Ekman et al...

    Ephraim Nissan. Select Topics in Legal Evidence and Assistance by Artificial Intellige...

    • ...Frank et al. It is based on the psychological theory of lying developed by Dr. P. Ekman over the last thirty years (Ekman, 1986; Ekman and Maureen, 1991; Ekman, 1996; Ekman, 2001)...

    Panagiotis Tsiamyrtziset al. Imaging Facial Physiology for the Detection of Deceit

    • ...Research evidence from the interpersonal realm reveals that as much as one-third of daily conversations include some form of deception, broadly construed to include concealed, evasive, ambiguous, or exaggerated information as well as outright lies [6, 7]. Yet deception often goes undetected in face-to-face (FtF) interchanges, in part because as interpersonal relationships grow, the belief in others' truthfulness also grows [8]...

    Judee K. Burgoonet al. Trust and Deception in Mediated Communication

    • ...The face can move fast too: the smallest perceptible expression exists for as little as one twenty fifth of a second [10]...
    • ...Existing research has already addressed classification of emotion in faces [10][24] and real-time systems that combine this with face tracking are feasible in the near term...
    • ...Ekman finds “micro-expressions” of approximately 25th of a second to often disclose dishonest behaviour, where normal “macro-expressions” often last between half and a few seconds [10]...

    David J. Chattinget al. Designing User Interaction for Face Tracking Applications

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