Galit Nahari
Galit Nahari
Department of Criminology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
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TitleCited byYear
Exploiting liars' verbal strategies by examining the verifiability of details
G Nahari, A Vrij, RP Fisher
Legal and Criminological Psychology 19 (2), 227-239, 2014
1082014
Does the truth come out in the writing? Scan as a lie detection tool.
G Nahari, A Vrij, RP Fisher
Law and Human Behavior 36 (1), 68, 2012
1042012
Psychophysiological and behavioral measures for detecting concealed information: The role of memory for crime details
G Nahari, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 48 (6), 733-744, 2011
902011
The verifiability approach: Countermeasures facilitate its ability to discriminate between truths and lies
G Nahari, A Vrij, RP Fisher
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (1), 122-128, 2014
552014
Can I borrow your alibi? The applicability of the verifiability approach to the case of an alibi witness
G Nahari, A Vrij
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 3 (2), 89-94, 2014
352014
Applying the Verifiability Approach to insurance claims settings: Exploring the effect of the information protocol
AC Harvey, A Vrij, G Nahari, K Ludwig
Legal and Criminological Psychology 22 (1), 47-59, 2017
332017
Interacting personality traits? Smoking as a test case
J Glicksohn, G Nahari
European Journal of Personality: Published for the European Association of …, 2007
282007
Did somebody see it? Applying the verifiability approach to insurance claim interviews
G Nahari, S Leal, A Vrij, L Warmelink, Z Vernham
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 11 (3), 237-243, 2014
262014
Are you as good as me at telling a story? Individual differences in interpersonal reality monitoring
G Nahari, A Vrij
Psychology, Crime & Law 20 (6), 573-583, 2014
262014
Telling a convincing story: Richness in detail as a function of gender and information
G Nahari, M Pazuelo
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 4 (4), 363-367, 2015
222015
The applicability of the verifiability approach to the real world
G Nahari
Detecting concealed information and deception, 329-349, 2018
202018
Insurance based lie detection: Enhancing the verifiability approach with a model statement component
AC Harvey, A Vrij, S Leal, M Lafferty, G Nahari
Acta Psychologica 174, 1-8, 2017
202017
Using the verifiability lie detection approach in an insurance claim setting
A Vrij, G Nahari, R Isitt, S Leal
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 13 (3), 183-197, 2016
202016
Registered replication report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008)
B Verschuere, EH Meijer, A Jim, K Hoogesteyn, R Orthey, RJ McCarthy, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (3), 299-317, 2018
182018
Applying the Verifiability Approach in an international airport setting
LM Jupe, S Leal, A Vrij, G Nahari
Psychology, Crime & Law 23 (8), 812-825, 2017
162017
When the long road is the shortcut: a comparison between two coding methods for content-based lie-detection tools
G Nahari
Psychology, Crime & Law 22 (10), 1000-1014, 2016
152016
Systematic errors (biases) in applying verbal lie detection tools: richness in detail as a test case
G Nahari, A Vrij
Crime Psychology Review 1 (1), 98-107, 2015
152015
Primacy effect in credibility judgements: The vulnerability of verbal cues to biased interpretations
G Nahari, G Ben‐Shakhar
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (2), 247-255, 2013
152013
Can someone fabricate verifiable details when planning in advance? It all depends on the crime scenario
G Nahari, A Vrij
Psychology, Crime & Law 21 (10), 987-999, 2015
132015
Registered replication report on Srull and Wyer (1979)
RJ McCarthy, JJ Skowronski, B Verschuere, EH Meijer, A Jim, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (3), 321-336, 2018
122018
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