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Title: A Cognitive Framework for lie detection

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Subject: Psychology
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Date: April 21, 2005
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For the first hypothesis, the independent variable in this experiment was answering deceptively or truthfully (depending on the group that the participant was randomly assigned to) and the dependent variable was response time. For the second hypothesis, the independent variable was the level of social skills and the dependent variable was response time...

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The experimenters would use these results later to correlate social skills and lie response times. The participants were then given instructions as to whether they should tell the truth or lie plausibly. The questions were generated by a computer in the manner that only one word of the question appeared at a time and timing started when the last word of the question appeared...

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