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Philip Houston, a twenty-five-year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency and a recipient of the Career Intelligence Medal, is a nationally recognized authority on deception detection, critical interviewing, and elicitation. He has conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations for the CIA and other federal agencies, and is credited with developing a detection of deception methodology currently employed throughout the U.S. intelligence and federal law enforcement communities.
Michael Floyd is a leading authority on interviewing, detection of deception, and elicitation in cases involving criminal activity, personnel screening, and national security issues. In a career spanning more than thirty-five years, he has served in both the CIA and the National Security Agency, and founded Advanced Polygraph Services, where he conducted high-profile interviews and interrogations for law enforcement agencies, law firms, and private industry.
Susan Carnicero, a former security officer with the CIA specializing in national security, employment, and criminal issues, is an eminent authority on interviewing, detection of deception, and elicitation. Trained as a forensic psychologist, she is the developer of a behavioral screening program used extensively in both the public and private sectors, and is currently involved in conducting high-level screening interviews within the U.S. government.
Don Tennant is a former National Security Agency analyst and business/technology journalist. As editor in chief of Computerworld, he won a variety of national journalism awards, including the Timothy White Award for Editorial Integrity and the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award from American Business Media.
Sped through this because it was both entertaining and informative -- as well as instructive. Having the ability to apply the L-squared model to situations where the messages I... Read morePublished 5 days ago by swissiemiss
This is your generic how to tell if someone is lying book. There is nothing spectacular about what they present. You can learn these techniques almost anywherePublished 7 days ago by Dex
A book filled with practical advice on how to tell when someone is lying, from the perspective of experienced practitioners. There are three things I liked about the book. Read morePublished 8 days ago by ZJ
Presents useful techniques and thoroughly explains his experiences and knowledge.Published 12 days ago by Nancy M.
This is an initial impression review. In a book about body language, you would at least expect to see some pictures of what those gestures and body postures look like. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Dylan L.