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Published: Sunday January 7, 2018

Learning to Detect Deception from Evasive Answers and Inconsistencies across Repeated Interviews

The results of research undertaken jointly by the Department of Social Psychology and Anthropology, University of Salamanca, Spain, Department of Psychology, California State University Fullerton,United States and theDepartment of Social Psychology and Methodology of the Behavioural Sciences, University of the Basque Country, San Sebastián, Spain.

It examines current practice in identifying deception in police interviews and proposes a “new approach” which involves a series or pair of interviews undertaken under strict questioning protocols. To access the article please click here.

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