Deception and its detection 2401-CS-Daid-s2
1. Terms & conditions, we test our abilities to detect lies and beliefs about cues to deception.
2. Truths about lying 1: what do we know about lying and its detection, what does it mean to lie, why and when do we lie
3. Truths about lying 2: types of lies, who lies
4. Behaviour of liars
5. Lie detection: methods and accuracy 1
6. Lie detection: methods and accuracy 2
7. Factors influencing lie detection 1
8. Factors influencing lie detection 2
Total student workload
Learning outcomes - knowledge
Learning outcomes - skills
Learning outcomes - social competencies
Observation/demonstration teaching methods
Expository teaching methods
- participatory lecture
This course is a discussion seminar; its participants share responsibility for its functioning. It assumes:
1. Students enrolled in this course will prepare a PP presentation of the results of a study described in a scientific paper. These presentations are to be descriptions of a study (introduction, hypotheses, methods, results, discussion) as well as contain a critical analysis of the study and its results. Presenters should also prepare topics for discussion for the group. The order and the topics of presentations will be assigned randomly during the first class. (80% of grade).
2. Taking part in discussions and classroom activities. (20% of grade)
3. Regular attendance. (missing 1 class session allowed)
Vrij, A. (2008). Detecting lies and deceit: Pitfalls and opportunities (2nd ed.). John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
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