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A Letter to the Editor Regarding the APA’s Terminology Reference for the Science of Psychophysiological Detection of Deception
(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2024) Matte, James Allan
"Dear Editor: This critique in the form of a letter-to-the-editor is in response to the publication of the fourth edition of the Terminology Reference for the Science of Psychophysiological Detection of Deception, hereafter referred to as Terminology Reference, authored by Donald Krapohl, Mark Handler and Michael Lynch published by the American Polygraph Association in 2022."(...)
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From Ancient Oracles to Modern Techniques: The Evolution of Deception Detection and the Benefits of Investigative Interviewing
(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2024) Perez-Campos Mayoral, Eduardo; Perez-Campos, Eduardo L.; Pérez Campos Peláez, Fernanda Paola; Pérez Campos Peláez, Fernanda Paola
Throughout history, different methods and instrumental designs have been used to identify and obtain the truth. Some of the methods described in this work are based on myths that have remained over time, but due to this legacy are unlikely to be applied, such as the Osiris judgment. In this study, we analyzed the characteristics of these methods, such as the period in which they were used, their scientific validation, and their passive or active approach according to the literature. Some approaches have established the theoretical foundations for the development of more precise technologies that are currently used, such as the Bisha Bedouin Court System (ordeal by fire), which is based on arousal theory (response). This work also includes innovative applications such as the use of interview techniques to detect deception, which stands out for their wide spectrum of use in different contexts. Finally, we mention elements of investigative interview models and highlight the benefits of using verbal approaches to detect deception.
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European Polygraph 2024, Volume 18, Number 1 (59)
(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2024) Perez-Campos Mayoral, Eduardo; Perez-Campos, Eduardo L.; Pérez Campos Peláez, Fernanda Paola; Pérez Campos Peláezd, Rashna Juliette; Widacki, Jan; Matte, James Allan; Porzycki, Konrad
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A Handful of Remarks on the “Terminology Reference for the Science of Psychophysiological Detection of Deception”
(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2024) Widacki, Jan
"I find it appropriate to commence by recalling that the realisation that one of the defining characteristics of a science (or its field) that allows for its recognition as distinct and mature, alongside its subject of study and methods of research, is its language dates back to as early as the mid-19th century (Okasha, 2016). Contemporary scientific methodology demands that each science must have a specific subject and objective distinct from other sciences, as well as its own unique language so that it makes use of clearly defined and named concepts (Humphreys, 2014)."(...)
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Political deepfake. Remarks de lege lata and postulates de lege ferenda
(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2024) Ziobroń, Agata
In the paper the phenomenon of political deepfake was discussed, constituting the type of political deepfake deriving from original deepfake classification regarding to the aim. It was concluded, that currently functioning measures may be insufficient. The proposition of new potential type of illicit act was formulated, differentiating socially harmful deepfake from artistic deepfake.