Deceptive Clients

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  • DePaulo, B. M., Stone, J. I., & Lassiter, G. D. (1985). Deceiving and detecting deceit. In B. R. Schlenker (Ed.), The self and social life (pp. 323-370). New York: McGraw-Hill.
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  • Masip, J., Sporer, S., Garrido, E. &Herrero, C. (2005). The Detection of Deception with the Reality Monitoring Approach: A review of the Empirical Evidence. Psychology, Crime & Law, 11(1), 99-122.doi: 10.1080/10683160410001726356
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  • Nahari, G., Vrij, A. & Fisher, R. P.(2012). Does the Truth Come out in the Writing? SCAN as a Lie Detection Tool. Law and Human Behavior, 36(1), 68-76.
  • Newman, M. L., Pennebaker, J. W., Berry, D. S.& Richards, J. M. (2003). Lying Words: Predicting Deception From Linguistic Styles. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29 (5), 665-675.
  • Porter S. & ten Brinke, L. (2010). The Truth about Lies: What works in detecting high-stakes deception? Legal and Criminological Psychology, 15, 57-75.
  • Rogers, R. (1988). Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception. In R. Rogers, Structured interviews and dissimulation (pp. 250-268). New York, NY, Guilford Press.
  • Rogers, R. (2008) Clinical assessment of malingering and deception. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Rosen, G. M. (2004). Malingering and the PTSD Data Base. In G. M. Rosen (Ed), Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Issues and controversies (pp. 85-95). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Rubenzer, S. (2010) Review of the Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms-2 (SIRS-2). Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 2, 273-286.
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  • Sporer, S. L. (1997). The Less Travelled Road to Truth: Verbal Cues in Deception Detection in Accounts of Fabricated and Self-Experienced Events. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 11, 373-397.
  • Strömwall, L. Awi, Bengtsson, L., Leander, L. &Granhag, P. A. (2004). Assessing Children’s Statements: The Impact of a Repeated Experience on CBCA and RM Ratings. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 18, 653-668.
  • ten Brinke, L. & Porter, S. (2013). Discovering deceit: Applying laboratory and field research in the search for truthful and deceptive behavior. In Cooper, B. et al. (Eds.) Applied Issues in Investigative Interviewing, Eyewitness Memory, and Credibility Assessment (221-235). New York, NY: Springer.
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  • Tombaugh, T. N. (1997). The Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM): Normative data from cognitive intact and cognitively impaired individuals. Psychological Assessment, 9, 260-268.
  • Trivers, R. (2011). The folly of fools: The logic of deceit and self-deception in human life. New York, NY: Basic Books.
  • Vrij, A. (2008a). Detecting lies and deceit: Pitfalls and opportunities (2nd ed.) Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
  • Vrij, A. (2008b). Nonverbal Dominance Versus Verbal Accuracy in Lie Detection: A plea to Change Police Practice. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 35(10), 1323-1336.
  • Vrij, A., Akehurst, L., Soukara, S., & Bull, R. (2004). Let Me Inform You How to Tell a Convincing Story CBCA and Reality Monitoring Scores as a Function of Age, Coaching, and Deception. Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science, 36(2), 113-126.
  • Vrij, A., Edward, K., & Bull, R. (2001). Police officers’ ability to detect deceit: The benefit of indirect deception detection measures. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 6(2), 185-196.
  • Vrij, A., Granhag, P. A., Mann, S. & Leal S. (2011). Outsmarting the Liars: Toward a Cognitive Lie Detection Approach. Current Directions in the Psychological Sciences, 20 (1), 28-32.
  • Vrij, A., Mann, S., Fisher, R., Leal, S., Milne, R. & Bull, R. (2008). Increasing Cognitive Load to Facilitate Lie Detection: The Benefit of Recalling an Event in Reverse Order. Law and Human Behavior, 32, 253-265.
  • Vrij, A., Mann, S., Kristen, S. & Fisher R. (2007). Cues to Deception and Ability to Detect Lies as a Function of Police Interview Styles. Law and Human Behavior, 31, 499-518.
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