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November 29, 2007 3. Deceptive Cues Carry Multiple Meanings 1. Lack of affect 2. State of anxiety 3. Trait Anxiety - 4. Maybe deception 4. We focus on wrong cues. A. We focus on wrong kinesic cues - What Cues Do People use? -What Cues Should People Use? - eye gaze -pupil dilation (not useful) - smiling (increases) -shrugs -postural shifts -adaptors B. We focus on wrong vocalic cues. What Cues Do People Use? Response latency Speech rate – if we think they are lying, they get faster Speech errors – they go back and correct it Speech hesitations – pauses; the more a person pauses, the greater the likelihood they are being deceptive Pitch height (+) - What Cues Should People Use - response errors - speech hesitations - pitch height (-) What Makes some people better than others at decoding deception People who lie well also detect better In general, females tend to be slightly better at detecting deception People who are trained to detect deception generally are trained to look at the wrong cues.
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