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Interdisziplinäre Forschungsgruppe Forensische Psychophysiologie
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Publizierte Abstracts (Auswahl):


    2009

  • Gamer, M., & Berti, S. (2009). The N200 is sensitive to concealed information and adds to the detection efficiency of skin conductance responses. Psychophysiology, 46, Suppl. 1, S49.

    2007

  • Verschuere, B., & Gamer, M. (2007). Does combining autonomic measures enhance detection of concealed information? Psychophysiology, 44, Suppl. 1, S109-S110. 
    2006
  • Gamer, M., & Vossel, G. (2006). Neural, electrodermal and behavioral correlates of the processing of concealed information. Journal of Psychophysiology, 20, S114–S115.
    2005
  • Gamer, M., Berti, S., & Vossel, G. (2005). Combined event-related brain potential and skin conductance response parameters during processing of concealed information. Journal of Psychophysiology, 19, S117.
  • Gamer, M., Vossel, G. & Berti, S. (2005). Parallel measurement and analysis of event-related brain potentials and skin conductance responses during processing of concealed information. Psychophysiology, 42, Suppl. 1, S57.
    2003
  • Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Busuttil, A., & Ashcroft, K. R. (2003). Dichotomization theory and the psychophysiological detection of concealed information. Journal of Psychophysiology, 17, S105–S106.
  • Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Busuttil, A., & Ashcroft, K. R. (2003). Forensic credibility assessment: A comparison of psychophysiological and content-oriented methods. Journal of Psychophysiology, 17, S106.
  • Vossel, G., Gamer, M., & Gödert, H.W., & Rill, H.-G. (2003). The efficiency of detecting concealed information with the Guilty Knowledge Test: A comparison of different physiological variables and non-physiological methods of credibility assessment using signal detection theory. Journal of Psychophysiology, 17, S184.
    2002
  • Ashcroft, K.R., Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G. & Busuttil, A. (2002). Examination of various psychophysiological parameters for detecting concealed information. Psychophysiology, 39, S19.
  • Gödert, H.W., Rill, H.-G., Vossel, G., Ashcroft, K.R. & Busuttil, A. (2002). Phasic heart rate as an index in the Guilty Actions Test for the psychophysiological detection of concealed information. Psychophysiology, 39, S39.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Ashcroft, K. R., & Busuttil, A. (2002). Detecting concealed information using the Guilty Knowledge Test with visual stimuli: A study of the effects of linguistic versus photographic presentation. Journal of Psychophysiology, 17, S105.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Busuttil, A. & Ashcroft, K.R. (2002). The psychophysiological detection of concealed information: A comparison of written versus pictorial stimulus presentation on skin conductance response and phasic heart rate. Psychophysiology, 39, S70.
    2001 und früher
  • Gamer, M., Knebel, A., Pieroth, P., Schumacher, A. & Rill, H.-G. (2000). Forensic psychophysiology: The effects of mental countermeasures on the sensitivity of the Guilty Actions Test. Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, S40-S41.
  • Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G. & Rill, H.-G. (2001). Differentiation of deception: Individual analysis and numerical scoring of phasic heart rate. Journal of Psychophysiology, 15, S67.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., Kollig, M., Teismann, T. & Vossel, G. (2000). Forensic psychophysiology: The effects of truthfulness and electrodermal lability on skin conductance responses in the Directed Lie Test and Guilty Actions Test. Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, S56.
  • Rill, H.-G., Kollig, M., Teismann, T., Hauptvogel, M., Ringeisen, T. & Brummerloh, N. (2001). Detection of deception: The use of truth control and directed lie control questions. Journal of Psychophysiology, 15, S146.
  • Vossel, G., Rill, H.-G. & Gödert, H.W. (2000). Differentiation of deception: Individual analysis and numerical scoring of skin conductance responses. Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, S58.
  • Vossel, G., Gödert, H.W. & Rill, H.-G. (1998). Differentiation of deception: The effects of electrodermal lability and mode of responding on skin conductance and heart rate. Journal of Psychophysiology, 12, 404-405.

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Kongressbeiträge (Auswahl):


    2009
  • Gamer, M., & Berti, S. (2009). The N200 is sensitive to concealed information and adds to the detection efficiency of skin conductance responses. 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Berlin, October 2009.
  • Gamer, M. (2009). Votrag: Forensische Psychophysiologie – „Lügendetektion“. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, 27. Oktober 2009, Frankfurt a. M.
  • Gamer, M., Klimecki, O., & Vossel, G. (2009). Emotionale Modulation des Gedächtnisses im Tatwissentest. 35. Arbeitstagung Psychophysiologie und Methodik, Leipzig, Juni 2009.
    2008
  • Gamer, M., & Vossel, G. (2008). Neither valence nor arousal modulate the electrodermal recognition of affective pictures. Psychologie & Gehirn, Magdeburg, Mai 2008.
    2007
  • Gamer, M., Klimecki, O., Bauermann, T., Stoeter, P., & Vossel, G. (2007). Relevanz von Reaktionskonflikten und Gedächtnisprozessen bei der Verarbeitung verheimlichten Wissens. Psychologie & Gehirn, Dortmund, June 2007.
    2006
  • Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., & Vossel, G. (2006). Die Validität psychophysiologischer und inhaltsanalytischer Verfahren zur Glaubhaftigkeitsbeurteilung von Aussagen. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, April 2006.
  • Gödert, H.W., Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., & Vossel, G. (2006). Täterschaftsbeurteilung mit dem Guilty Actions Test: Differenzierung von Schuldigen, Unschuldigen mit Tatwissen und Unschuldigen ohne Tatwissen anhand der Herzschlagfrequenz. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, April 2006.
  • Gödert, H.W., Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., & Vossel, G. (2006). Aussagepsychologische Glaubhaftigkeitsbeurteilung: Validität der Kriterienorientierten Inhaltsanalyse, wenn Zeugen und Täter sich gegenseitig beschuldigen. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, April 2006.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G. (2006). Psychologische und physiologische Grundlagen des Guilty Actions Tests. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, April 2006.
    2005
  • Gamer, M., Berti, S., & Vossel, G. (2005). EKP-Komponenten und Hautleitfähigkeitsreaktionen bei der Verarbeitung verheimlichten Wissens. Psychologie & Gehirn, Bochum, Mai 2005.
    2003
  • Gödert, H.W., Rill, H.-G., Vossel, G., Gamer, M., & Ashcroft, K. R. (2003). Forensische Psychophysiologie
    ("Lügendetektion"): Gegenüberstellung der wichtigsten Verfahren – Kontrollfragentest und Tatwissentest. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, März 2003.
  • Gödert, H.W., Rill, H.-G., Vossel, G., Gamer, M., & Ashcroft, K. R. (2003). Forensische Glaubhaftigkeitsbeurteilung: Vergleich psychophysiologischer, inhaltsorientierter und naiv-intuitiver Vorgehensweisen. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, März 2003.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Ashcroft, K. R., & Busuttil, A. (2003). Forensische Psychophysiologie ("Lügendetektion"): Die Aufdeckung der durch Spionage erworbenen Tatkenntnisse mittels des Tatwissentests. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, März 2003.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., Gamer, M. , Vossel, G., & Ashcroft, K. R. (2003). Forensische Psychophysiologie ("Lügendetektion"): Der Tatwissentest – Methodik, Anwendung und rechtliche Situation. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, März 2003.
    2002
  • Ashcroft, K.R., Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G. & Busuttil, A. (2002). An examination of various psychophysiological parameters for detecting concealed information. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Washington, D.C., October 2002.
  • Ashcroft, K.R., Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G. & Busuttil, A. (2002). Forensic Psychophysiology: Detecting espionage with the Guilty Knowledge Test. 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Glasgow, September 2002.
  • Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., Ashcroft, K.R., Gödert, H.W. & Vossel, G. (2002). The utility of different psychophysiological parameters in the detection of concealed information. 28. Arbeitstagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Tübingen, Mai 2002.
  • Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., Ashcroft, K. R., Gödert, H.W., & Vossel, G. (2003). Forensische Psychophysiologie
    ("Lügendetektion"): Polygraphie versus TrusterPro. Tagung Polizei & Psychologie, Frankfurt, März 2003.
  • Gamer, M., Rill, H.-G., Ashcroft, K.R., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G. & Busuttil, A. (2002). An experimental investigation of multi-modal psychophysiological parameters for detecting concealed information. 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Glasgow, September 2002.
  • Gödert, H.W., Dörr, M., Rill, H.-G. & Vossel, G. (2002). Phasic heart rate as an index in the Guilty Actions Test. 28. Arbeitstagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Tübingen, Mai 2002.
  • Gödert, H.W., Rill, H.-G., Vossel, G., Ashcroft, K.R. & Busuttil, A. (2002). Phasic heart rate as an index in the Guilty Actions Test for the psychophysiological detection of concealed information. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Washington, D.C., October 2002.
  • Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Rill, H.-G., Busuttil, A. & Ashcroft, K.R. (2002). Forensic Psychophysiology: The utility of phasic heart rate for the differentiation of guilty knowledge, innocent knowledge, and lack of knowledge about crime details. 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Glasgow, September 2002.
  • Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Busuttil, A. & Ashcroft, K.R. (2002). Dichotomization theory and the psychophysiological detection of concealed information. 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Glasgow, September 2002.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gamer, M., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Ashcroft, K.R. & Busuttil, A. (2002). Detecting concealed information using the Guilty Knowledge Test with visual stimuli: A study of the effects of linguistic versus photographic presentation. 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Glasgow, September 2002.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Busuttil, A. & Ashcroft, K.R. (2002). The psychophysiological detection of concealed information: A comparison of written versus pictorial stimulus presentation on skin conductance response and phasic heart rate. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Washington, D.C., October 2002.
  • Willrich, A.T., Adler, I., Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W. & Vossel, G. (2002). Detection of concealed knowledge: The effects of written versus pictorial stimulus presentation on skin conductance responses and phasic heart rate. 28. Arbeitstagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Tübingen, Mai 2002.
    2001 und früher
  • Gamer, M., Knebel, A., Pieroth, P., Schumacher, A. & Rill, H.-G. (2000). Forensic psychophysiology: The effects of mental countermeasures on the sensitivity of the Guilty Actions Test. 4th European Conference of the Federation of European Psychophysiology Societies, Amsterdam, May 2000.
  • Gödert, H.W., Dumbert, K., Maron, K., Rill, H.-G. & Vossel, G. (2000). Forensic psychophysiology: Differentiation of guilt and innocent knowledge with the Guilty Knowledge Test? 26. Jahrestagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Düsseldorf, Juni 2000.
  • Gödert, H.W., Rill, H.-G. & Vossel, G. (2001). The role of question position and item type in the psychophysiological detection of concealed information. 27. Arbeitstagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Marburg, Juni 2001.
  • Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G. & Rill, H.-G. (1999) Differentiation of deception: Individual analysis and numerical scoring of phasic heart rate. 25. Jahrestagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Trier, Juni 1999.
  • Gödert, H.W., Vossel, G., Rill, H.-G., Busuttil, A. & Ashcroft, K.R. (2002). Forensic credibility assessment: A comparison of psychophysiological and content-oriented methods. 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Glasgow, September 2002.
  • Rill, H.-G., Gödert, H.W., Kollig, M., Teismann, T. & Vossel, G. (2000). Forensic psychophysiology: The effects of truthfulness and electrodermal lability on skin conductance responses in the Directed Lie Test and Guilty Actions Test. 4th European Conference of the Federation of European Psychophysiology Societies, Amsterdam, May 2000.
  • Rill, H.-G., Kollig, M., Teismann, T., Hauptvogel, M., Ringeisen, T. & Brummerloh, N. (1999). Detection of deception: the use of truth control and directed lie control questions. 25. Jahrestagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Trier, Juni 1999.
  • Rill, H.-G., Vossel, G. & Gödert, H.W. (1998). Psychophysiologische Differenzierung von Täuschung und Aufrichtigkeit unter wenig ich-involvierenden Bedingungen: Einflüsse der elektrodermalen Labilität und des Antwortmodus. 41. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Dresden, September 1998.
  • Rill, H.-G., Vossel, G. & Gödert, H.W. (2000). Detection of deception: The effects of two different test formats and electrodermal lability on skin conductance responses and numerical detection scores. 26. Jahrestagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Düsseldorf, Juni 2000.
  • Rill, H.-G., Vossel, G. & Gödert, H.W. (2001). New approaches of forensic psychophysiology: The effects of two different test formats and electrodermal lability on phasic heart rate. 27. Arbeitstagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Marburg, Juni 2001.
  • Vossel, G., Gödert, H.W. & Rill, H.-G. (1997). Differentiation of deception: The effects of electrodermal lability on skin conductance and heart rate. 3rd European Congress of Psychophysiology, Konstanz, May 1997.
  • Vossel, G., Rill, H.-G. & Gödert, H.W. (1998). Differentiation of deception: individual analysis and numerical scoring of skin conductance responses. 24. Jahrestagung "Psychophysiologische Methodik", Lübeck, Juni 1998.

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