A new publication for Oryah Lancry-Dayan, Ganit Kupershmidt & Yoni Pertzov
Lancry-Dayan, O. C., Kupershmidt, G., & Pertzov, Y. (2019). Been there, seen that, done that: Modification of visual exploration across repeated exposures. Journal of Vision, 19(12), 2-2.
A new publication for Yossi Hasson & Prof. Eran Halperin
Hasson, Y., Schori-Eyal, N., Landau, D., Hasler, B. S., Levy, J., Friedman, D., & Halperin, E. (2019). The enemy’s gaze: Immersive virtual environments enhance peace promoting attitudes and emotions in violent intergroup conflicts. PloS one, 14(9), e0222342.
A new publication for Dr. Nathalie Klein-Selle, Naama Agari & Prof. Gershon Ben-Shakhar
Klein, N. S., Agari, N., & Ben-Shakhar, G. (2019). Hide or Seek? Physiological Responses Reflect Both the Decision and the Attempt to Conceal Information. . Psychological science, 956797619864598-956797619864598.
Psychophysiological detection of deception: A personal overview of 4 decades of research
Abstract: As I will be closing my lab after over four decades of research, I will devote this presentation to an overview of my research on psychophysiological detection of deception and concealed memories. I will discuss methods of psychophysiological detection focusing mainly on a theoretically-based method labeled the Concealed Information Test (CIT). Basic research focusing on orienting response and habituation processes and on the mechanism underlying the CIT will be reviewed and discussed. Finally, applied research, with an emphasis on the complex relations between science and its forensic applications will be also reviewed and discussed.