Aldert Vrij is Professor of Applied Social Psychology, University of Portsmouth ( UK). His main research interest is deception, resulting in almost publications. Aldert Vrij is Professor of Applied Social Psychology, University of Portsmouth ( UK). His main research interest is deception, resulting in almost. Aldert Vrij. Follow. Follow on Amazon. Follow authors to get new release updates , Detecting Lies and Deceit: Pitfalls and Opportunities by Aldert Vrij (
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Neuro-linguistic programming as a lie detection tool. A plea to change police practice.
Tracking hand and finger movements for behaviour analysis. Crime Psychology Review, 1 1 Aldert Vrij is a professor of applied social psychology in the department of psychology at the University of Portsmouth in Portsmouth, England. Please try your request again later.
People’s insight into their own behavior and speech content while lying. Offenders’ Memories of Violent Crimes, pp. Differences in discrimination accuracy and response bias when watching or listening to police suspect interviews.
Police officers’ ability to detect suspects’ lies. Let me inform you how to tell a convincing story: Personality and Individual Differences, 41 4 Author vriij numerous research articles, Vrij has found that human beings can become more accurate judges of truth and deception not by passive observation of a speaker’s verbal and nonverbal behavior but by tactically outsmarting liars through use of various techniques.
Detecting deceit via analysis of verbal and nonverbal behavior. Applying Psychology to Criminal Justice, pp.
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