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. 2019 Jan 17;9:774.
doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00774. eCollection 2018.

Separating the Wheat From the Chaff: Guidance From New Technologies for Detecting Deception in the Courtroom

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Separating the Wheat From the Chaff: Guidance From New Technologies for Detecting Deception in the Courtroom

Judee K Burgoon. Front Psychiatry. .
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Keywords: deception detection; linguistics; lying; multimodal deception; nonverbal deception.

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