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Biography

I am a Senior Lecturer in Investigative Psychology and Director of the Social Conflict Lab. My PhD (Cognitive processes in lie detection) was obtained at University College London (UCL) under Dr. Daniel Richardson. My post-doc fellowship was carried out at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, under Prof. Alan Kingstone.

My research is centred around decision making in uncertain social environments. My primary research line is in developing cognitive theory in lie detection, where I have authored ALIED theory and challenged accounts of unconscious lie detection. I use a mixture of behavioural experiments, computational modeling, and eye tracking to carry out this work.

I am a keen advocate of working and communicating with the public.

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Keywords

  • Lie detection
  • Deception
  • Truth bias
  • Cognition
  • Social Cognition
  • Eye tracking
  • Computational Modeling

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Research Output 2012 2019

Understanding lie detection biases with the Adaptive Lie Detector theory (ALIED): A boundedly rational approach

Street, C. N. H., Masip, J. & Kenny, M., 2019, Palgrave Handbook of Deceptive Communication. Docan-Morgan, T. (ed.).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

prediction
detection
detector
test

Many labs 2: Investigating variation in replicability across sample and setting.

Klein, R., Hasselman, F., Adams, B., Adams, R., Alper, S., Aveyard, M., Axt, J., Bahnik, S., Batra, R., Berkics, M., Bernstein, M., Berry, D., Bialobrzeska, O., Binan, E., Bocian, K., Brandt, M., Busching, R., Redei, A., Cai, H., Cambier, F. & 164 othersCantarero, K., Carmichael, C., Ceric, F., Cicero, D., Chandler, J., Chatard, A., Chen, E., Chang, J-H., Cheong, W., Coen, S., Coleman, J., Collisson, B., Conway, M., Corker, K., Curran, P., Cushman, F., Dagona, Z., Dalgar, I., Rosa, A., Davis, W., de Bruijn, M., De Schutter, L., Devos, T., Dogulu, C., Dozo, N., Dukes, K., Dunham, Y., Durrheim, K., Ebersole, C., Edlund, J., English, A., Eller, A., Finck, C., Frankowska, N., Freyre, M-A., Friedman, M., Galliani, E., Gandi, J., Ghoshal, T., Giessner, S., Gill, T., Gnambs, T., Gomez, A., Gonzalez, R., Graham, J., Grahe, J., Grahek, I., Green, E., Hai, K., Haigh, M., Haines, E., Hall, M., Heffernan, M., Hicks, J., Houdek, P., Huntsinger, J., Huyhn, H. P., IJzerman, H., Inbar, Y., Innes-Ker, A., Jimenez-Leal, W., John, M-S., Joy-Gaba, J., Kende, A., Kamiloglu, R., Kappes, H., Karabati, S., Karick, H., Keller, V., Kervyn, N., Knezevic, G., Kovacs, C., Krueger, L., Kurapov, G., Kurtz, J., Lakens, D., Lazarevic, L., Levitan, C., Lins, S., Lipsey, N., Losee, J., Maassen, E., Maitner, A., Malingumu, W., Mallett, R., Marotta, S., Mededovic, J., Pacheco, F., Milfont, T., Morris, W., Murphy, S., Myachykov, A., Neave, N., Neijenhuijs, K., Nelson, A., Neto, F., Nichols, A., Ocampo, A., O'Donnell, S., Ong, E., Osowiecka, M., Orosz, G., Packard, G., Perez-Sanchez, R., Petrovic, B., Pilati, R., Pinter, B., Podesta, L., Pogge, G., Pollmann, M., Rutchick, A., Saeri, A., Saavedra, P., Salomon, E., Schmidt, K., Schonbrodt, F., Sekerdej, M., Sirlopu, D., Skorinko, J., Smith, M., Smith-Castro, V., Smolders, K., Sobkow, A., Sowden, W., Srivastava, M., Sundfelt, O., Steiner, T., Stouten, J., Street, C. N. H., Szeto, S., Szumowska, E., Tang, A., Tanzer, N., Tear, M., Thomae, M., Traczyk, J., Torres, D., Theriault, J., Tybur, J., Ujhelyi, A., van Aert, R., van Assen, M., van Lange, P., van der Hulst, M., van 't Veer, A., Echeverria, A., Vaughn, L., Vazquez, A., Vega, L., Verniers, C., Verschoor, M., Voermans, I., Vranka, M., Vries, M., Welch, C., Wichman, A., Williams, L., Wood, M., Woodzicka, J., Wronska, M., Young, L., Zelenski, J., Zhijia, Z. & Nosek, B., 1 Oct 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Perspective Taking and Theory of Mind in Hide and Seek

Street, C. N. H., Bischof, W. F. & Kingstone, A., Jan 2018, In : Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics. 80, 1, p. 21-26 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Theory of Mind
paradigm
trend
Perspective Taking
performance

Aligning Spinoza with Descartes: An informed Cartesian account of the truth bias

Street, C. N. H. & Kingstone, A., 5 Jul 2017, In : British Journal of Psychology. 108, 3, p. 453-466 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Uncertainty
Cartesian
Baruch Spinoza

Commentary: Can ordinary people detect deception after all?

Street, C. & Vadillo, M. A., 13 Oct 2017, In : Frontiers in Cognitive Science. 8, 3 p., 1789.

Research output: Contribution to journalComment/debate

Open Access
threat
ability
trend
costs

Activities 2010 2018

  • 10 Invited talk
  • 8 Participating in a conference, workshop, ...
  • 3 Oral presentation
  • 1 Editorial work

Frontiers in Psychology (Journal)

Chris Street (Reviewer)
18 May 201818 Sep 2018

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work typesEditorial work

Spotting Lies

Chris Street (Speaker)
3 Nov 2018

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

Adaptive Decision Making in Deceptive Environments

Chris Street (Speaker)
14 Jul 2017

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

Adaptive Lie Detector: How People Try (But Fail) to Tell Lies

Chris Street (Speaker)
30 Jan 2017

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

Examining Attribute Non-Attendance in Discrete Choice Experiments Using a Gaze-Contingent Eye Tracking Application

Chris Street (Speaker)
3 Apr 2017

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation