Discourse Analysis and Detecting Deception

DiscourseStudies have shown that analysing written transcripts of speech resulted in more accuracy at detecting deceit than analysing non-verbal & verbal behaviour. This is this main reason why I’ve included an introduction to discourse analysis in the Intermediate 202 Program – to increase overall accuracy!

I’ve written in another post why I feel that discourse approach is important in research, why more attention needs to be made to critical psychology – and for these reasons – why discourse analysis is another important tool for determining truth from lies.

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About Bridget Dunn

A real estate professional since 2012, Bridget is known for integrity, diplomacy and sincerity in all her dealings. She has first and foremost strived to be someone in whom her clients and colleagues can put their trust and faith. Treating clients like family is both a guiding principal and way of life for Bridget. She is dedicated to listening intently to her clients needs and providing the best possible advice, from how to get the best sales result for their home, to matching individuals and families with the properties that best suit their needs.
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