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Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Grand Avenue

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Communication Arts/Rhetoric

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This study focused on nonverbal mirco-expressions using the deception detection method to shed light on the effectiveness of such a tool for use in detecting liars. Five examples of videos depicting instances in which individuals who were later proven to be lying were analyzed in order to assess the reliability of such a tool in an area of interest to both communication and psychology. This study suggested that the theory provides a reliable tool for assessing the use of deception by a variety of people in different situations.

The paper upon which this poster was based was written for the Senior Seminar course in Communication Arts.

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Liar, Liar: Micro-expression Application to Detect Deception

Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Grand Avenue

This study focused on nonverbal mirco-expressions using the deception detection method to shed light on the effectiveness of such a tool for use in detecting liars. Five examples of videos depicting instances in which individuals who were later proven to be lying were analyzed in order to assess the reliability of such a tool in an area of interest to both communication and psychology. This study suggested that the theory provides a reliable tool for assessing the use of deception by a variety of people in different situations.

The paper upon which this poster was based was written for the Senior Seminar course in Communication Arts.

 

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