Ewout Meijer
Ewout Meijer
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Memory detection: Theory and application of the Concealed Information Test
B Verschuere, G Ben-Shakhar, E Meijer
Cambridge University Press, 2011
2322011
The malevolent side of human nature: A meta-analysis and critical review of the literature on the dark triad (narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy)
P Muris, H Merckelbach, H Otgaar, E Meijer
Perspectives on Psychological Science 12 (2), 183-204, 2017
2312017
Memory detection with the Concealed Information Test: A meta analysis of skin conductance, respiration, heart rate, and P300 data
EH Meijer, NK Selle, L Elber, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 51 (9), 879-904, 2014
141*2014
The P300 is sensitive to concealed face recognition
EH Meijer, FTY Smulders, HLGJ Merckelbach, AG Wolf
International Journal of Psychophysiology 66 (3), 231-237, 2007
1212007
The ease of lying
B Verschuere, A Spruyt, EH Meijer, H Otgaar
Consciousness and cognition 20 (3), 908-911, 2011
1142011
Combining skin conductance and forced choice in the detection of concealed information
EH Meijer, FTY Smulders, JE Johnston, HLGJ Merckelbach
Psychophysiology 44 (5), 814-822, 2007
872007
Deception detection with behavioral, autonomic, and neural measures: Conceptual and methodological considerations that warrant modesty
EH Meijer, B Verschuere, M Gamer, H Merckelbach, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 53, 593-604, 2016
692016
Strong, but wrong: Lay people’s and police officers’ beliefs about verbal and nonverbal cues to deception
G Bogaard, EH Meijer, A Vrij, H Merckelbach
PloS one 11 (6), 2016
592016
Sex offender management using the polygraph: A critical review
EH Meijer, B Verschuere, HLGJ Merckelbach, G Crombez
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 31 (5), 423-429, 2008
552008
Orienting versus inhibition in the Concealed Information Test: Different cognitive processes drive different physiological measures
N klein Selle, B Verschuere, M Kindt, E Meijer, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 53, 579-590, 2016
532016
The cognitive mechanisms underlying deception: An event-related potential study
K Suchotzki, G Crombez, FTY Smulders, E Meijer, B Verschuere
International Journal of Psychophysiology 95 (3), 395-405, 2015
442015
The role of frontal EEG asymmetry in post-traumatic stress disorder
T Meyer, T Smeets, T Giesbrecht, CWEM Quaedflieg, FTY Smulders, ...
Biological Psychology 108, 62-77, 2015
432015
Using an example statement increases information but does not increase accuracy of CBCA, RM, and SCAN
G Bogaard, EH Meijer, A Vrij
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 11 (2), 151-163, 2014
412014
The origin of children's implanted false memories: Memory traces or compliance?
H Otgaar, B Verschuere, EH Meijer, K van Oorsouw
Acta psychologica 139 (3), 397-403, 2012
412012
Extracting Concealed Information from Groups
EH Meijer, FTY Smulders, HLGJ Merckelbach
Journal of forensic sciences 55 (6), 1607-1609, 2010
382010
The polygraph and the detection of deception
EH Meijer, B Verschuere
Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 10 (4), 325-338, 2010
322010
Frontal EEG asymmetry as predictor of physiological responses to aversive memories
T Meyer, CWEM Quaedflieg, T Giesbrecht, EH Meijer, S Abiad, T Smeets
Psychophysiology 51 (9), 853-865, 2014
312014
The contribution of mere recognition to the P300 effect in a concealed information test
EH Meijer, FTY Smulders, A Wolf
Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 34 (3), 221-226, 2009
302009
What’s on Your Mind?
B Verschuere, EH Meijer
European Psychologist, 2014
292014
Contextual bias in verbal credibility assessment: Criteria‐based content analysis, reality monitoring and scientific content analysis
G Bogaard, EH Meijer, A Vrij, NJ Broers, H Merckelbach
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (1), 79-90, 2014
292014
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