紀要論文 無意識的思考が虚偽検出能力に及ぼす影響
Effects of unconscious thought on lie detection

伊藤, 洋輔  ,  平川, 真  ,  中島, 健一郎  ,  森永, 康子

(15)  , pp.45 - 59 , 2016-03-31 , 広島大学大学院教育学研究科心理学講座
ISSN:1347-1619
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA11616129
内容記述
Unconscious thought, defined as a situation where conscious attention is directed elsewhere rather than on the decision being made, has been reported as an effective way to uncover a target's lie (Reinhard et al., 2013). We reexamined the study of Reinhard et al. in a Japanese setting and also investigated how perceivers' personality traits related to accurate lie detections and true/false response tendency. Moreover, we examined how lie detection affected perceivers' interpersonal relationships. An experiment was conducted with 56 university students. Results indicate that students were more likely to make correct judgements when targets told the truth than when they lied. However, unconscious thought did not increase lie detection rates or true/false response tendency compared with conscious thought and control conditions. Among the personality traits that we used, state anxiety, social skills, and tendency to lie affected the lie detection rate. State anxiety also affected the true/false response tendency. Finally, perceiving a target telling the truth led participants to want to continue relationships, and this process was mediated by the impression of the targets. The cultural differences in unconscious thought, possible reasons our results did not replicate the findings of Reinhard et al., and the importance of state anxiety in lie detection are discussed.
本論文は,第一著者が広島大学教育学部に提出した平成26年度卒業論文を基に作成したものである。
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