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By: Richard Love  01/28/2015
Keywords: study, learning, university, safety leadership, survey, extrovert law

This survey, titled Intuitive Deception Detection Abilities of Introvert and Extrovert Law Enforcement and Non Law Enforcement Persons, is being conducted by Richard Love, a doctoral student of Capella University in the School of Public Safety Leadership. If you are interested in completing the survey, please click the "Deception Detection Survey tab. If you choose not to participate, please exit this page now. You are invited to be part of this research study. Participation is voluntary and you will not receive compensation for participation. If you choose to participate you will complete a small demographic information questionnaire, complete the Big Five Inventory questionnaire to determine whether you are an introvert or extrovert, and then watch a real police interview video and answer whether the individual is providing a truthful statement or attempting to deceive. No personally identifiable information will be gathered as part of this project. This study is about learning how different personality traits may influence the ability to discern deception. There are known links to personality type (introvert or extrovert) and a persons ability learn, interpret, judge, and recall memories. Intuition is an unconscious, holistic way of understanding. My research projects intent is to ascertain the relationship, if any, between personality type (introvert or extrovert) and deception detection.

Keywords: study, learning, university, safety leadership, survey, extrovert law