Are You Lying to Me? Temporal Cues for Deception
Journal of Language and Social Psychology
This articles demonstrates that during conversational interaction, men and women are perceived to tell different kinds of lies and that response latency serves as a cue for deception. --author supplied description
Boltz, M.G., Dyer, R.L. & Miller, A.R. (in press). Are you lying to me? Temporal cues for deception. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.