Published in Mental Health Business Week, August 18th, 2007
"The children were interviewed separately about their real or imagined encounters with an unknown man. Analyses showed that the overall accuracy was 62.5%; significantly better than chance level of 50%. Deception detection accuracy was higher when watching both pair members than when watching one child. The analysis of self-reported cues to deception given by observers showed that the consistency between the...
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