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Article
External
Date of publication: 
Mon, 12/11/2012

Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 0018720812465081, first published on November 12, 2012 

Miscellaneous
External
Date of publication: 
Tue, 03/12/2013
Contact: 
passengerdata@iata.org
Report
External
Date of publication: 
Tue, 16/04/2013
Contact: 
Erik Slavenas eslavenas@icao.int, International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO)
The contents of this MRTD Report reflect the diversity of issues and challenges in holistic traveller identification management. Topics include: security and benefits of ePassports; state of play and future direction of the ICAO Public Key Directory; KD; role of ABC in border control; identity fraud and trust in travel documents.
Article
External
Date of publication: 
Sun, 29/09/2013
The authors report a meta-analysis of individual differences in detecting deception, confining attention to occasions when people judge strangers’ veracity in real-time with no special aids. The authors have developed a statistical technique to correct nominal individual differences for differences introduced by random measurement error. Although researchers have suggested that people differ in the ability to detect lies, psychometric analyses of 247 samples reveal that these ability differences are minute. In terms of the percentage of lies detected, measurement-corrected standard deviations in judge ability are less than 1%. In accuracy, judges range no more widely than would be expected by chance, and the best judges are no more accurate than a stochastic mechanism would produce.
Report
External
Date of publication: 
Sun, 23/04/2017
Article
External
Date of publication: 
Sun, 23/04/2017
Miscellaneous
External
Date of publication: 
Sun, 23/04/2017
Miscellaneous
Internal
Date of publication: 
Sun, 23/04/2017
Report
External
Date of publication: 
Mon, 01/03/2010
Contact: 
Jonathan Sabean, Transport Canada Crystal Jones, Federal Highway Administration

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