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This course is open to Law Enforcement Officials in U.S. government agencies only (military, federal, state, local, tribal or territorial). 

 

Original Flash Course – available until Nov 01, 2021

For users enrolled prior to Sept 20, 2021continue course in original Flash format. You may finish the course in its original (2015) Adobe Flash format or restart the new course here (any saved progress cannot be migrated). Access to the Flash version will end Nov 01, 2021.

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Course Overview

The US Naval Research Laboratory has identified expressions that suggest deception. The goal of this course is to increase knowledge and skill in identifying these various expressions. Completion of this course enhances an interviewer’s ability to identify micro-facial expressions associated with deception in real-time.

Course participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of lying and deception, as well as the characteristics of seven universal expressions of emotion, including those associated with deception. Participants will practice identifying the expressions using still and, then, video images. Finally, participants will learn to assess indicators of deception across three channels: face, body, and speech.

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Basic Concepts Associated with Lying

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Distinguishing Among Expressions of Emotions

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Practice Test: Expressions Associated with Deception

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Observing Facial Expressions in Real-Time

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Recognizing Expressions in Real-Time

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Detecting Deception Practice Test #1

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Detecting Deception Practice Test #2

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