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Memory detection with the Concealed Information Test: A meta analysis of skin conductance, respiration, heart rate, and P300 data
EH Meijer, N klein Selle, L Elber, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 51 (9), 879-904, 2014
2442014
Registered replication report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008)
B Verschuere, EH Meijer, A Jim, K Hoogesteyn, R Orthey, RJ McCarthy, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (3), 299-317, 2018
1152018
Orienting versus inhibition in the Concealed Information Test: Different cognitive processes drive different physiological measures
N klein Selle, B Verschuere, M Kindt, E Meijer, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 53 (4), 579-590, 2016
932016
Registered replication report on Srull and Wyer (1979)
RJ McCarthy, JJ Skowronski, B Verschuere, EH Meijer, A Jim, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (3), 321-336, 2018
702018
Unraveling the roles of orienting and inhibition in the Concealed Information Test
N klein Selle, B Verschuere, M Kindt, E Meijer, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 54 (4), 628-639, 2017
582017
The contribution of linguistic and visual cues to physiological synchrony and empathic accuracy
K Jospe, S Genzer, N klein Selle, D Ong, J Zaki, A Perry
Cortex 132, 296-308, 2020
452020
Bio-behavioral synchrony is a potential mechanism for mate selection in humans
L Zeevi, N klein Selle, EL Kellmann, G Boiman, Y Hart, S Atzil
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-11, 2022
182022
Hide or seek? Physiological responses reflect both the decision and the attempt to conceal information
N Klein Selle, N Agari, G Ben-Shakhar
Psychological Science 30 (10), 1424-1433, 2019
182019
Memory detection: The effects of emotional stimuli
N klein Selle, B Verschuere, M Kindt, E Meijer, T Nahari, G Ben-Shakhar
Biological Psychology 129, 25-35, 2017
142017
Concealed information test: Theoretical background
N klein Selle, B Verschuere, G Ben-Shakhar
Detecting concealed information and deception, 35-57, 2018
122018
Self-initiated versus instructed cheating in the physiological Concealed Information Test
LM Geven, N klein Selle, G Ben-Shakhar, M Kindt, B Verschuere
Biological psychology 138, 146-155, 2018
112018
The external validity of the Concealed Information Test: The effect of choosing to commit a mock crime
T Nahari, A Breska, L Elber, N Klein Selle, G Ben‐Shakhar
Applied Cognitive Psychology 31 (1), 81-90, 2017
102017
Brain-based concealed memory detection is driven mainly by orientation to salient items
N klein Selle, C Gueta, Y Harpaz, LY Deouell, G Ben-Shakhar
cortex 136, 41-55, 2021
92021
Preliminary evidence for physiological markers of implicit memory
N klein Selle, G Ben-Shakhar, M Kindt, B Verschuere
Biological Psychology 135, 220-235, 2018
52018
Evidence for cultural differences in affect during mother–infant interactions
M Abu Salih, M Abargil, S Badarneh, N klein Selle, M Irani, S Atzil
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 4831, 2023
42023
Orienting versus inhibition: The theory behind the ocular‐based Concealed Information Test
N klein Selle, K Suchotzki, Y Pertzov, M Gamer
Psychophysiology 60 (3), e14186, 2023
32023
A new theoretical perspective on concealed information detection
N klein Selle, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 60 (3), e14187, 2023
32023
Is the CIT susceptible to misleading information? A constructive replication
N klein Selle, D Waxman, K Volz, W Ambach, G Ben‐Shakhar
Journal of Forensic Sciences 66 (2), 646-655, 2021
32021
The role of response conflict in concealed information detection with reaction times
N klein Selle, B Or, I Van der Cruyssen, B Verschuere, G Ben-Shakhar
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 17856, 2023
12023
The effects of mental countermeasures on psychophysiological memory detection: Facilitating orientation is easy, stopping inhibition is not.
G Ben-Shakhar
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2023
12023
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