Together with co-authors Iain Hamlin and Gordon Wright I just published a paper on the dimensions of deception detection in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology. In this paper, we investigate what types of cues people use when attempting to detect deceit. It turns out that people mostly rely on nonverbal & paraverbal cues related to anxiety, and cues related to detail & level of involvement. In this paper we show why we shouldn’t just look at which cues people use when detecting deceit, but also focus on how those cues are used exactly.
The full reference for this paper is:
Hamlin, I., Wright, G., Van Der Zee, S., & Wilson, S. (2018). The Dimensions of Deception Detection: Self-reported Deception Cue Use is Underpinned by Two Broad Factors. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1-8. DOI: 10.1002/acp.3402