עקוב אחר
Eitan Elaad
Eitan Elaad
Professor of Psychology, Ariel University
כתובת אימייל מאומתת בדומיין ariel.ac.il
כותרת
צוטט על ידי
צוטט על ידי
שנה
The validity of psychophysiological detection of information with the Guilty Knowledge Test: A meta-analytic review.
G Ben-Shakhar, E Elaad
Journal of Applied Psychology 88 (1), 131, 2003
5272003
Detection measures in real-life criminal guilty knowledge tests.
E Elaad, A Ginton, N Jungman
Journal of Applied Psychology 77 (5), 757, 1992
2301992
Detection of guilty knowledge in real-life criminal investigations.
E Elaad
Journal of Applied Psychology 75 (5), 521, 1990
1661990
Effects of feedback on the overestimated capacity to detect lies and the underestimated ability to tell lies
E Elaad
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2003
1512003
Effects of motivation and verbal response type on psychophysiological detection of information
E Elaad, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 26 (4), 442-451, 1989
1481989
The effects of prior expectations and outcome knowledge on polygraph examiners' decisions
E Elaad, A Ginton, G Ben‐Shakhar
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 7 (4), 279-292, 1994
1291994
Effects of item repetitions and variations on the efficiency of the guilty knowledge test
E Elaad, G BEN‐SHAKHAR
Psychophysiology 34 (5), 587-596, 1997
1231997
A method for evaluating the use of the polygraph in a real-life situation.
A Ginton, N Daie, E Elaad, G Ben-Shakhar
Journal of Applied Psychology 67 (2), 131, 1982
1231982
Effects of questions' repetition and variation on the efficiency of the guilty knowledge test: a reexamination.
G Ben-Shakhar, E Elaad
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (5), 972, 2002
1062002
The Guilty Knowledge Test (GKT) as an application of psychophysiology: Future prospects and obstacles
G Ben-Shakhar, E Elaad
Handbook of polygraph testing, 87-102, 2002
1032002
Finger pulse waveform length in the detection of concealed information
E Elaad, G Ben-Shakhar
International Journal of Psychophysiology 61 (2), 226-234, 2006
922006
Effects of mental countermeasures on psychophysiological detection in the guilty knowledge test
E Elaad, G Ben-Shakhar
International Journal of Psychophysiology 11 (2), 99-108, 1991
921991
Leakage of relevant information to innocent examinees in the GKT: An attempt to reduce false-positive outcomes by introducing target stimuli.
G Ben-Shakhar, N Gronau, E Elaad
Journal of Applied Psychology 84 (5), 651, 1999
871999
Correlates of narcissism, self‐reported lies, and self‐assessed abilities to tell and detect lies, tell truths, and believe others
L Zvi, E Elaad
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 15 (3), 271-286, 2018
812018
The challenge of the concealed knowledge polygraph test
E Elaad
Expert Evidence 6 (3), 161-187, 1998
581998
Effects of context and state of guilt on the detection of concealed crime information
E Elaad
International Journal of Psychophysiology 71 (3), 225-234, 2009
502009
Personality correlates of the self-assessed abilities to tell and detect lies, tell truths, and believe others
E Elaad, A Reizer
Journal of Individual Differences, 2015
492015
Covert respiration measures for the detection of concealed information
E Elaad, G Ben-Shakhar
Biological Psychology 77 (3), 284-291, 2008
422008
Polygraph examiner awareness of crime-relevant information and the guilty knowledge test
E Elaad
Law and Human Behavior 21 (1), 107-120, 1997
391997
Effects of coping and cooperative instructions on guilty and informed innocents' physiological responses to concealed information
L Zvi, I Nachson, E Elaad
International Journal of Psychophysiology 84 (2), 140-148, 2012
382012
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