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  • How Custom Agents Really Detect Lies.  36:84-92. 2019
  • The Research of James C. McCroskey: A Personal and Professional Remembrance.  34:376-380. 2017
  • Strong Diagnostic Questioning Effects on Deception Detection Accuracy With U.S. Customs Agents.  34:84-87. 2017
  • Examining sender and judge variability in honesty assessments and deception detection accuracy: Evidence for a transparent liar but no evidence of deception-general ability.  33:188-194. 2016
  • A Defense of Publishing Nonsignificant (ns) Results.  30:270-274. 2013
  • Teenagers Lie a Lot: A Further Investigation into the Prevalence of Lying.  30:211-220. 2013
  • The Impact of Accusatory, Non-Accusatory, Bait, and False Evidence Questioning on Deception Detection.  30:169-174. 2013
  • The Problems With Some Means: Cautionary Advice Regarding Reporting and Interpreting Averages in Communication Research.  29:80-85. 2012
  • Statistical Conclusions Validity Basics: Probability and How Type 1 and Type 2 Errors Obscure the Interpretation of Findings in Communication Research Literatures.  28:115-119. 2011
  • People lie for a reason: Three experiments documenting the principle of veracity.  27:271-285. 2010
  • Assessing deception detection accuracy with dichotomous truth-lie judgments and continuous scaling: Are people really more accurate when honesty is scaled?.  27:112-122. 2010
  • Lie acceptability: A construct and measure.  25:282-288. 2008
  • The effects of the even-a-few-minutes-would-help strategy, perspective taking, and empathic concern on the successful recruiting of volunteers on campus.  24:177-184. 2007
  • The desirability of using confirmatory factor analysis on published scales.  23:309-314. 2006
  • Confirmatory factor analysis and scale validation in communication research.  22:335-338. 2005
  • Narcissism and empathy as predictors of obsessive relational intrusion.  21:379-390. 2004
  • The accurate reporting of software‐generated p‐values: A cautionary research note.  21:324-327. 2004
  • The relative impact of violation type and lie severity on judgments of message deceitfulness.  20:208-218. 2003
  • Group and individual accuracy in deception detection.  19:99-106. 2002
  • Dichotomous and continuous views of deception: A reexamination of deception ratings in information manipulation theory.  18:230-240. 2001
  • Ethnic and Gender Differences in Opening Lines.  11:143-151. 1994
  • Smoking Artifacts as Indicators of Homophily Attraction and Credibility: A Replication.  11:161-167. 1994
  • The Influence of Perceived Source Reward Value on Attributions of Deception.  10:15-27. 1993
  • Defecting and Assessing Statistical Interactions with Multiple Regression.  8:23-31. 1991
  • Individual Differences and Compliance Gaining Message Selection: The Effects of Verbal Aggressivencess, Argumentativeness, Dogmatism, and Negativism.  5:114-119. 1988