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Statement Analysis of Deception Detection

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Deception detection can be achieved through the following linguistic method: Statement Analysis, which is illustrated by examples based mainly on the theories in lexicology, syntax, graphology, psychophysiology, kinesics, and cognition. The techniques are very significant to forensic context, business negotiation, job/school interview, and may be widely applied to law enforcement in crime investigation.

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Ma, D. and Lin, D. (2015) Statement Analysis of Deception Detection. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-5. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101975.

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