November 27 - November 27, 2007 Estimated Accuracy: how...

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November 27, 2007 Estimated Accuracy : how good you think you’ll be at detecting deception Actual Accuracy : how good at detecting deception you really are Estimated Accuracy almost always exceeds Actual Accuracy, especially when judging the truthfulness of friends or people who they are close to. Ways of Studying Deception 1. Slide Paradigm: we show pictures of slides on a screen of two varieties (slides of beautiful things and slides from hospitals, for example). While you are watching the slides, there is someone standing in front of you that either says S”lie” or “truth” and they hold up the sign whenever a slide comes up and you either lie or tell the truth about the sign. 2. Interview Paradigm: ask you a series of question. 3. Academic Honesty Paradigm: the researchers had you participating in puzzle solving tasks in pairs. You are working on the task, usually taking about 35-40 minutes, and about 15 minutes into there is a knock on the door. The teacher leaves for about 20
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course SPCM 4510 taught by Professor Hale during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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