P A Granhag
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Pitfalls and opportunities in nonverbal and verbal lie detection
A Vrij, PA Granhag, S Porter
Psychological science in the public interest 11 (3), 89-121, 2010
4462010
Strategic use of evidence during police interviews: When training to detect deception works
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Str÷mwall, O Kronkvist
Law and human behavior 30 (5), 603-619, 2006
3872006
Eliciting cues to deception and truth: What matters are the questions asked
A Vrij, PA Granhag
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 1 (2), 110-117, 2012
3382012
Outsmarting the liars: Toward a cognitive lie detection approach
A Vrij, PA Granhag, S Mann, S Leal
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (1), 28-32, 2011
3002011
Guilty and innocent suspects’ strategies during police interrogations
M Hartwig, P Anders Granhag, LA Str÷mwall
Psychology, Crime & Law 13 (2), 213-227, 2007
3002007
Outsmarting the liars: The benefit of asking unanticipated questions
A Vrij, S Leal, PA Granhag, S Mann, RP Fisher, J Hillman, K Sperry
Law and human behavior 33 (2), 159-166, 2009
2982009
How to detect deception? Arresting the beliefs of police officers, prosecutors and judges
L Str÷mwall, PA Granhag
Psychology, Crime and Law 9 (1), 19-36, 2003
2682003
Detecting deception via strategic disclosure of evidence
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Str÷mwall, A Vrij
Law and human behavior 29 (4), 469-484, 2005
2602005
Motivational sources of confirmation bias in criminal investigations: The need for cognitive closure
K Ask, PA Granhag
Journal of investigative psychology and offender profiling 2 (1), 43-63, 2005
2412005
A new theoretical perspective on deception detection: On the psychology of instrumental mind-reading
PA Granhag, M Hartwig
Psychology, Crime & Law 14 (3), 189-200, 2008
2222008
The detection of deception in forensic contexts
PA Granhag, LA Str÷mwall
Cambridge University Press, 2004
1982004
To act truthfully: Nonverbal behaviour and strategies during a police interrogation
LA Str÷mwall, M Hartwig, PA Granhag
Psychology, Crime & Law 12 (2), 207-219, 2006
1892006
10 Practitioners’ beliefs about deception
LA Stromwall, PA Granhag, M Hartwig
The detection of deception in forensic contexts, 229, 2004
1772004
Repeated interrogations: Verbal and non‐verbal cues to deception
PA Granhag, LA Str÷mwall
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society forá…, 2002
1762002
Insightful or wishful: Lawyers' ability to predict case outcomes.
J Goodman-Delahunty, PA Granhag, M Hartwig, EF Loftus
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 16 (2), 133, 2010
1682010
Motivational Bias in Criminal Investigators' Judgments of Witness Reliability1
K Ask, PA Granhag
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (3), 561-591, 2007
1452007
Police officers’ lie detection accuracy: Interrogating freely versus observing video
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Str÷mwall, A Vrij
Police Quarterly 7 (4), 429-456, 2004
1332004
Partners in Crime: How Liars in Collusion Betray Themselves1
PA Granhag, LA Str÷mwall, AC Jonsson
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33 (4), 848-868, 2003
1262003
Strategic use of evidence during investigative interviews: The state of the science
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, T Luke
Credibility assessment, 1-36, 2014
1242014
Impression and information management: On the strategic self-regulation of innocent and guilty suspects
M Hartwig, PA Granhag, LA Stromwall, N Doering
The Open Criminology Journal 3 (1), 2010
1142010
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