Establishing a Foundation for Automated Human Credibility Screening
automated human credibility Screening, automated deception detection, automated detection of concealed information
Automated human credibility screening is an emerging research area that has potential for high impact in fields as diverse as homeland security and accounting fraud detection. Systems that conduct interviews and make credibility judgments can provide objectivity, improved accuracy, and greater reliability to credibility assessment practices, need to be built. This study establishes a foundation for developing automated systems for human credibility screening
Original Publication Citation
"Nunamaker, J. F., Jr., Burgoon, J. K., Twyman, N. W., Proudfoot, J. G., Schuetzler, R., & Giboney, J. S. (2012) Establishing a foundation for human credibility screening. 2012 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI). June 11–14."
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Nunamaker, Jay F. Jr; Burgoon, Judee K.; Twyman, Nathan W.; Proudfoot, Jeffrey Gainer; Schuetzler, Ryan M.; and Giboney, Justin Scott, "Establishing a Foundation for Automated Human Credibility Screening" (2012). Faculty Publications. 5680.
2012 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics
Marriott School of Business
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