This person is an alumnus of the department.
The information on this page was last updated on 1st November 2017.
My research focuses on the behavioural cues that can be used to ascertain when others are being truthful or deceitful. My PhD aims to uncover the importance of emotional and cognitive cues with relation to deception detection, attempting to understand the usefulness of these cues and their limitations. My research also expands to areas such as body postures, particularly the effect they have on the person adopting specific postures when interacting with others, as well as differences in judgements and decision making made alone or in groups, and facial expressions, both production and perception.