Sep 29 2009

Scientific study reveals the handwriting of a liar

Published by Editor at 9:45 am under University in the Media

September 25, 2009  Examiner

A recent study published in Applied Cognitive Psychology by researchers, Gil Luria and Sara Rosenblum at the University of Haifa, with the aid of a system called ComPET (Computerized Penmanship Evaluation Tool) which is a piece of paper on a computer tablet with a pressure-sensitive wireless pen, discovered that people who are writing lies press harder on the paper and produce taller letters than those who tell the truth.

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One Response to “Scientific study reveals the handwriting of a liar”

  1. brandonon 29 Jul 2014 at 8:08 pm

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