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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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Recent publications

  1. Conspiracy believers claim to be free thinkers but (Under)Use advice …

    Altay, S., Nera, K., Ejaz, W., Schöpfer, C., & Tomas, F. (2023). Conspiracy believers claim to be free thinkers but (Under)Use advice like everyone else. British Journal of Social Psychology, 62(4), 1782-1797.
  2. Minds - Big questions for linguistics in the age of AI

    Backus, A., Cohen, M., Cohn, N., Faber, M., Krahmer, E., Laparle, S., Maier, E., Miltenburg, E. V., Roelofsen, F., Sciubba, E., Scholman, M., Shterionov, D., Sie, M., Tomas, F., Vanmassenhove, E., Venhuizen, N., & Vos, C. D. (2023). Minds: Big questions for linguistics in the age of AI. Linguistics in the Netherlands, 40(1), 301-308.
  3. Emojis are not appropriate in online eyewitness report but do not imp…

    Both, P., Tomas, F., & Gawrylowicz, J. (2023). Emojis are not appropriate in online eyewitness report but do not impact the quantity of details. Paper presented at iIIRG-VIRTUAL 2023.
  4. Êtes-vous capable de me lire ? Un regard sceptique sur le "langage du…

    Dupas, F., & Tomas, F. (2023). Êtes-vous capable de me lire ? Un regard sceptique sur le "langage du corps" [.
  5. Individual differences in self-reported lie detection abilities

    Fernandes, M., Jonason, P. K. (Ed.), Jonauskaite, D., Tomas, F., Laurent, E., & Mohr, C. (2023). Individual differences in self-reported lie detection abilities. PLOS ONE, 18(5), 1-17. Article e0285124.

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