Cues to lying may be deceptive: Speaker and listener behaviour in an interactive game of deception

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Description: This study examines speech and nonverbal cues to deception to test whether listeners rely on the same cues when to perceive a lie as the ones that speakers actually produce when lying.

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This study examines speech and nonverbal cues to deception to test whether listeners rely on the same cues when to perceive a lie as the ones that speakers actually produce when lying. We used a two-person deception game to elicit true and false utterances from a speaker, and a corresponding truth or lie response judgement from listeners. We recorded speakers speech as well as facial and upper bod...

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