April, 2016: Katja Schuurman aan de geheugendetector
2011-present: Associate professor of forensic psychology at the Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Amsterdam.
2010-2015: Honorary research fellow at Ghent University and Maastricht University.
2005-2011: Postdoctoral researcher of the Research Foundation -Flanders (FWO) at Ghent University.
2000-2005: Ph.D, Ghent University.
Debey, E., De Schryver, M., Logan, G. D., Suchotzki, K., & Verschuere, B. (2015). From junior to senior Pinocchio: A cross-sectional lifespan investigation of deception. Acta Psychologica, 160, 56-68.
Debey, E., Ridderinkhof, R., De Houwer, J., De Schryver, M., & Verschuere, B. (2015). Suppressing the truth as a mechanism of deception: Delta plots reveal the role of response inhibition in lying. Consciousness & Cognition, 37, 148-159
Debey, E., De Houwer, J., & Verschuere, B. (2014). Lying relies on the truth. Cognition, 132, 324-334.
Meijer E., Verschuere B., Gamer M., Merckelbach, H., & Ben-Shakhar G. (2016). Deception detection with behavioral, autonomic, and neural measures: Conceptual and methodological considerations that warrant modesty. Psychophysiology
Halevy, R., Shalvi, S., & Verschuere, B. (2014). Being honest about dishonesty: Correlating self reports and actual lying. Human Communication Research, 40, 54-72.
Kleinberg, B., & Verschuere, B. (2015). Memory detection 2.0: The first web-based memory detection test. Plos One, 10, e118715.
Suchotzki, K., Verschuere, B., Peth, J., Crombez, G., & Gamer, M. (2014). Manipulating item proportion and deception reveals crucial dissociation between behavioral, autonomic and neural indices of concealed information. Human Brain Mapping, 36, 427-439
Verschuere, B., Crombez, G., De Clercq, A., & Koster, E. (2004). Autonomic and behavioral responding to concealed information: Differentiating defensive and orienting responses. Psychophysiology, 41, 461-466.
Verschuere, B., Spruyt, A., Meijer, E., & Otgaar, H. (2011). The ease of lying. Consciousness & Cognition.
Verschuere, B., Prati, V., &De Houwer, J. (2009). Cheating the lie detector: Faking in the Autobiographical IAT. Psychological Science, 20, 410-413.
Traditional techniques for detecting deception, such as the 'liedetector test' (or polygraph), are based upon the idea that lying is associated with stress. However, it is possible that people telling the truth will experience stress, whereasnot all liars will. Because of this, the validity of such methods is questionable. As an alternative, a knowledge-based approach known as the 'Concealed Information Test' has been developed which investigates whether theexaminee recognizes secret information - for example a crime suspect recognizing critical crime details that only the culprit could know. The Concealed Information Test has been supported by decades of research, and is used widely in Japan. This is the fi rst book to focus on this exciting approach and will be of interest to law enforcement agencies and academics and professionals in psychology, criminology, policing and law.
Van Bockstaele, B., Verschuere, B., Crombez, G., Tibboel, H., De Houwer, J., & Koster, E. H. W. (2014). A review of current evidence for the causal impact of attentional bias on fear and anxiety. Psychological Bulletin, 140, 682-721.
Koster, E. H. W., Crombez, G., Verschuere, B., & De Houwer, J. (2004). Selective attention to threat in the dot probe paradigm: Differentiating vigilance and difficulty to disengage. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 42, 1183-1192.
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Uzieblo, K., Verschuere, B., Van den Bussche, E., & Crombez, G. (2010). The Validity of Psychopathy Personality Inventory - Revised in a CommunitySample. Assessment, 17, 334-346.
Watts, A. L., Lilienfeld, S.O., Edens, J.F., Douglas, K.D., Skeem, J.L., Verschuere, B., LoPilato, A.C. (2015). Do Social Desirability Biases Statistically Affect the Relations Between Self-Report Psychopathy Measures and External Criteria? Psychological Assessment.