Title: A Cognitive Framework for lie detection

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Subject: Psychology
Author: Henry E
Date: February 17, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
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Additionally, a study conducted in 2002 by Avert, Inc. found that 24% of the 1.8 million job applications whose credentials were checked made falsifications in regards to their qualifications. The purpose of this study is to develop a framework to determine if a potential employee is indeed lying during a job interview, thus cutting down on the billions of dollars lost annually by businesses as described above...

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The first experiment was designed to find out if there was a difference in response time between liars and truth tellers and the roles social skills play (if any) in these response times. The second experiment was designed to determine response time within the subjects (vs. the first which was between the subjects)...

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