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Frédéric Tomas is a linguist with a Ph.D. in Psychology from the Université de Paris 8. His main focus is on written deception detection, and how auditory cognitive load can help understand the cognitive mechanisms at play during the authorship of deceitful testimonies. Measurements include structural and content-related cues (based on the LIWC software), and behavioral cues (keystroke dynamics).

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  1. False Rape Allegation and Regret - A Theoretical Model Based on Cogni…

    Demarchi, S., Tomas, F., & Fanton, L. (2021). False Rape Allegation and Regret: A Theoretical Model Based on Cognitive Dissonance. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 50(5), 2067-2083.
  2. Baselining affects the production of deceptive narratives

    Tomas, F., Dodier, O., & Demarchi, S. (2021). Baselining affects the production of deceptive narratives. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 35(1), 300-307.
  3. Keyboard dynamics discrepancies between baseline and deceptive eyewit…

    Tomas, F., Tsimperidis, I., Demarchi, S., & El Massioui, F. (2021). Keyboard dynamics discrepancies between baseline and deceptive eyewitness narratives. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 35(1), 112-122.
  4. Post-homicidal behaviors of intrafamilial crime authors in France - A…

    Tomas, F., Poste, C., & Demarchi, S. (2021). Post-homicidal behaviors of intrafamilial crime authors in France: An archival study. European Review of Applied Psychology = Revue Européenne de psychologie appliquée, 71(4), [100673].
  5. Professional Experience in Investigative Interviewing Does Not Guaran…

    Dodier, O., Tomas, F., Payoux, M., & Elissalde, B. (2019). Professional Experience in Investigative Interviewing Does Not Guarantee Strong Knowledge about Memory. Psychological Research on Urban Society, 2(1), 1.

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