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Detecting Deception

Detecting deception is without a doubt one of the more difficult subjects to study nonverbally. In summer 2011, we will be conducting four independent studies, as well as testing one of our methods for deception detection. Research in this topic often requires a level of deception in itself that many academic institutions find difficult for board approval. Fortunately, we are self-funded and managed, allowing The Nonverbal Group to conduct a wide range of studies throughout New York City. Our studies will take a close look at how eye movement, blink rate, heartbeat, and “figity” behavior can be used to detect deception. If you are interested in becoming a participant, please contact us.

Detecting deception is without a doubt one of the more difficult subjects to study nonverbally. In summer 2011, we will be conducting four independent studies, as well as testing one of our methods for deception detection. Research in this topic often requires a level of deception in itself that many academic institutions find difficult for board approval. Fortunately, we are self-funded and managed, allowing The Nonverbal Group to conduct a wide range of studies throughout New York City. Our studies will take a close look at how eye movement, blink rate, heartbeat, and “figity” behavior can be used to detect deception. If you are interested in becoming a participant, please contact us.

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