LSAT detects deception by training the investigator to identify linguistic signals that indicate whether a suspect or victim is deceptive and lying, or whether they are being truthful. The investigator performs a statement analysis, identifies in which parts of the story they are deceptive, and then strategizes an interview or interrogation to elicit a confession.
Training is not really training unless it incorporates all processes by which people effectively learn: hearing, seeing, doing, and correcting/reinforcing. LSAT training effectively incorporates lecture, demonstration, the clarification of questions, assisted practice, and demonstrating proficiency. But there is more to our teaching strategy.
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