The Like Switch

The Like Switch
Title The Like Switch PDF eBook
Author Jack Schafer
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Total Pages 288
Release 2015-01-13
Genre Business & Economics
ISBN 1476754489

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Offers advice and strategies for readers to get others to like them, assess truthfulness, and read the body behavior of others.

The Truth Machine

The Truth Machine
Title The Truth Machine PDF eBook
Author Geoffrey C. Bunn
Publisher JHU Press
Total Pages 257
Release 2012-06
Genre History
ISBN 142140530X

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For centuries, all manner of truth-seekers have used the lie detector. In this eye-opening book, Geoffrey C Bunn unpacks the history of this device and explores the interesting and often surprising connection between technology and popular culture.

You Can't Lie to Me

You Can't Lie to Me
Title You Can't Lie to Me PDF eBook
Author Janine Driver
Publisher Harper Collins
Total Pages 288
Release 2012-08-28
Genre Self-Help
ISBN 0062135198

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Janine Driver was trained as a lie detection expert for the ATF, FBI, and the CIA and is a New York Times bestselling author (You Say More Than You Think). Now she makes a powerful and incontrovertible declaration: You Can’t Lie to Me. Driver—who is known in professional circles as “the Lyin’ Tamer” and has demonstrated her world-renowned expertise on such programs as The Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, and Nancy Grace—now offers readers essential tools that will enable them to detect deceptions, recognize a liar, and ultimately improve their lives. For readers of Never Be Lied to Again by David Lieberman and anyone worried about the possibility of cheating partners, devious co-workers, lying employees, or ubiquitous con men, You Can’t Lie to Me will help you uncover the truth in any situation while giving you the skills you need to keep yourself happy, your family safe, and your business protected.

The Truth Machine

The Truth Machine
Title The Truth Machine PDF eBook
Author James L. Halperin
Publisher Ballantine Books
Total Pages 492
Release 1999-09-29
Genre Fiction
ISBN 0345439805

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Prepare to have your conception of truth rocked to its very foundation. It is the year 2004. Violent crime is the number one political issue in America. Now, the Swift and Sure Anti-Crime Bill guarantees a previously convicted violent criminal one fair trial, one quick appeal, then immediate execution. To prevent abuse of the law, a machine must be built that detects lies with 100 percent accuracy. Once perfected, the Truth Machine will change the face of the world. Yet the race to finish the Truth Machine forces one man to commit a shocking act of treachery, burdening him with a dark secret that collides with everything he believes in. Now he must conceal the truth from his own creation . . . or face his execution. By turns optimistic and chilling--and always profound--The Truth Machine is nothing less than a history of the future, a spellbinding chronicle that resonates with insight, wisdom . . . and astounding possibility. "PROFOUND." --Associated Press

Truth and Deception

Truth and Deception
Title Truth and Deception PDF eBook
Author John E. Reid
Publisher
Total Pages 0
Release 1977
Genre Lie detectors and detection
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The Lie Detectors

The Lie Detectors
Title The Lie Detectors PDF eBook
Author Ken Alder
Publisher U of Nebraska Press
Total Pages 370
Release 2009-01-01
Genre Social Science
ISBN 9780803224599

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In this fascinating history of the lie detector, Ken Alder exposes some persistent truths about our culture: why we long to know the secret thoughts of our fellow citizens; why we believe in popular science; and why we embrace ?truthiness.? For centuries people searched in vain for a way to unmask liars, seeking clues in the body?s outward signs: in blushing cheeks and shifty eyes. Not until the 1920s did a cop with a PhD team up with an entrepreneurial high school student and claim to have invented a foolproof machine capable of peering directly into the human heart. Scientists repudiated the technique, and judges banned its results from criminal trials, but in a few years their polygraph had transformed police work, seized headlines, and enthralled the nation.ø In this book, Alder explains why America?and only America?has embraced this mechanical method of reading the human soul. Over the course of the twentieth century, the lie detector became integral to our justice system, employment markets, and national security apparatus, transforming each into a game of bluff and bluster. The lie detector device may not reliably read the human mind, but this lively account shows that the instrument?s history offers a unique window into the American soul.

The Polygraph and Lie Detection

The Polygraph and Lie Detection
Title The Polygraph and Lie Detection PDF eBook
Author National Research Council
Publisher National Academies Press
Total Pages 417
Release 2003-02-22
Genre Law
ISBN 0309263921

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The polygraph, often portrayed as a magic mind-reading machine, is still controversial among experts, who continue heated debates about its validity as a lie-detecting device. As the nation takes a fresh look at ways to enhance its security, can the polygraph be considered a useful tool? The Polygraph and Lie Detection puts the polygraph itself to the test, reviewing and analyzing data about its use in criminal investigation, employment screening, and counter-intelligence. The book looks at: The theory of how the polygraph works and evidence about how deceptivenessâ€"and other psychological conditionsâ€"affect the physiological responses that the polygraph measures. Empirical evidence on the performance of the polygraph and the success of subjects' countermeasures. The actual use of the polygraph in the arena of national security, including its role in deterring threats to security. The book addresses the difficulties of measuring polygraph accuracy, the usefulness of the technique for aiding interrogation and for deterrence, and includes potential alternativesâ€"such as voice-stress analysis and brain measurement techniques.