Social psychology, Deception, Lie detection, Nonverbal communication and Lying are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social perception, Cognition, Applied psychology, Interview and Empirical research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cognitive psychology, Interrogation, Legal psychology, Suspect and Content analysis in addition to Deception.
His study in the field of Verbal cues also crosses realms of Function and Satellite television. His Lie detection research incorporates elements of Cognitive load, Reality testing, Self-monitoring and Detecting deception. His research integrates issues of Variety, Content and Social cognition in his study of Nonverbal communication.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Deception, Lie detection, Interview and Lying. He has included themes like Credibility, Nonverbal communication, Applied psychology, Cognition and Suspect in his Social psychology study. His Deception research includes themes of Cognitive psychology, Verbal cues, Interrogation, Statement and Cognitive load.
The Lie detection study combines topics in areas such as Content analysis, Polygraph and Detecting deception. His Interview study incorporates themes from Consistency, Perception and Legal psychology. In his works, Aldert Vrij performs multidisciplinary study on Lying and Truth telling.
His primary areas of study are Deception, Social psychology, Statement, Cognitive psychology and Lie detection. Aldert Vrij integrates many fields, such as Deception and Lying, in his works. His study brings together the fields of Interview and Social psychology.
His work deals with themes such as Context, Sample, Suspect and Perception, which intersect with Interview. Aldert Vrij interconnects Common knowledge, Artificial intelligence and Natural language processing in the investigation of issues within Statement. He combines subjects such as Sketch, Nonverbal behavior, Reading, Law enforcement and Cross-cultural studies with his study of Lie detection.
Aldert Vrij focuses on Deception, Cognitive psychology, Statement, Lie detection and Social psychology. His Deception research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Credibility, Verbal cues, Speech communication, Nonverbal communication and Cognitive science. His Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Consistency, Interview and Detecting deception.
Aldert Vrij has included themes like Computer security, Core and Protocol analysis in his Statement study. He has researched Lie detection in several fields, including Data science, Empirical evidence, Thesaurus and Audiology. His Social psychology research is mostly focused on the topic Personality.
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Detecting Lies and Deceit: The Psychology of Lying and the Implications for Professional Practice
Detecting Lies and Deceit: Pitfalls and Opportunities
Increasing cognitive load to facilitate lie detection: the benefit of recalling an event in reverse order.
Aldert Vrij;Samantha A. Mann;Ronald P. Fisher;Sharon Leal.
Law and Human Behavior (2008)
Detecting Deceit via Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Behavior
Aldert Vrij;Katherine Edward;Kim P. Roberts;Ray Bull.
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior (2000)
Pitfalls and Opportunities in Nonverbal and Verbal Lie Detection
Aldert Vrij;Pär Anders Granhag;Stephen Porter.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest (2010)
Criteria-Based Content Analysis: A Qualitative Review of the First 37 Studies.
Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2005)
Eliciting cues to deception and truth: What matters are the questions asked
Aldert Vrij;Pär Anders Granhag.
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition (2012)
Lay Persons' and Police Officers' Beliefs Regarding Deceptive Behaviour
Lucy Akehurst;Günter Köhnken;Aldert Vrij;Ray Bull.
Applied Cognitive Psychology (1996)
Detecting true lies: police officers' ability to detect suspects' lies.
Samantha Mann;Aldert Vrij;Ray Bull.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2004)
Detecting lies and deceit: Pitfalls and opportunities, 2nd ed.
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