A Review of Applied Techniques of the Detection of Criminal Deceit

Jianqing LIU

Abstract


The techniques of the detection of criminal deceit, including lie-detection technique and true-detection technique, are involved in determination and evaluation of response to specific information in the guilt knowledge. Under the support of a theory of emotion, a theory of control, a theory of cognitive processing and a theory of self-expression in the contemporary applied psychology and judicial psychology, this technique system has developed a psychophysiological technique, a non-verbal technique, a verbal technique, a brain scanning technique and a strategic use of evidence etc. Based on different aspects of deceit psychology, the techniques of the detection are explored from different mechanisms. With the support of judicial experience, and foundation from the empirical researches on physiology-psychology, cerebral nerve and other aspects, the techniques have validity and reliability at a different level. 


Keywords


Psychophysiological technique; Non-verbal technique; Verbal technique; Strategic use of evidence

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