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The impact of thin(ner) slicing on deception detection
I examined whether the length of thin slices (i.e., observations of behavior less than five minutes) affected deception detection. Participants (N = 262) were randomly assigned to one of seven exposure length conditions ...
What lies beneath: an examination of the underlying components of deception detection
Little is known about the underlying components that are responsible for the processes involved with decision-making in deception detection. Throughout this dissertation, I explored previous (mis)conceptions about ...
Impact of terrorism awareness training on civilian likelihood to report pre-incident behaviours
This study investigated whether terrorism awareness training impacts the likelihood to report pre-incident behaviours associated with terrorism using infographics from the U.S. “See Something, Say Something” campaign. ...
Gendered pathways: family violence as a primary pathway into homelessness for women
This thesis analyzes secondary data from a study done on 30 homeless men and women in a region in Southern Ontario to assess the gendering of homeless pathways between each group. Qualitative and quantitative methods were ...
#RodneyReed: a content and thematic analysis of a trending innocence campaign
Having spent 23 years (and counting) on death row for a murder conviction which is believed to be wrongful, Rodney Reed’s innocence campaign was shared on social media by celebrities, news organizations, and the public ...