J. Pete Blair
J. Pete Blair
Professor of Criminal Justice, Texas State University
Verified email at txstate.edu
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A study of active shooter incidents in the United States between 2000 and 2013
JP Blair, KW Schweit
Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, 2014
3622014
Detecting deception through linguistic analysis
JK Burgoon, JP Blair, T Qin, JF Nunamaker
International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics, 91-101, 2003
1912003
Cognitive biases and nonverbal cue availability in detecting deception
JK Burgoon, JP Blair, RE Strom
Human Communication Research 34 (4), 572-599, 2008
1662008
Content in context improves deception detection accuracy
JP Blair, TR Levine, AS Shaw
Human Communication Research 36 (3), 423-442, 2010
1392010
(In) accuracy at detecting true and false confessions and denials: An initial test of a projected motive model of veracity judgments
TR Levine, RK Kim, JP Blair
Human Communication Research 36 (1), 82-102, 2010
872010
Active shooter events from 2000 to 2012
JP Blair, MH Martaindale, TN Nichols
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 2014
672014
Active shooter events and response
JP Blair, T Nichols, D Burns, JR Curnutt
CRC Press, 2013
602013
The gap between training and research in the detection of deception
JP Blair, B Kooi
International Journal of Police Science & Management 6 (2), 77-83, 2004
592004
United States active shooter events from 2000 to 2010: Training and equipment implications
JP Blair, MH Martaindale
Texas State University, 2013
562013
The behavioural analysis interview: clarifying the practice, theory and understanding of its use and effectiveness
F Horvath, JP Blair, JP Buckley
International Journal of Police Science & Management 10 (1), 101-118, 2008
522008
Modality effects in deception detection and applications in automatic-deception-detection
T Qin, JK Burgoon, JP Blair, JF Nunamaker
Proceedings of the 38th annual Hawaii international conference on system …, 2005
472005
Expertise in deception detection involves actively prompting diagnostic information rather than passive behavioral observation
TR Levine, DD Clare, JP Blair, S McCornack, K Morrison, HS Park
Human Communication Research 40 (4), 442-462, 2014
462014
Reasonableness and reaction time
JP Blair, J Pollock, D Montague, T Nichols, J Curnutt, D Burns
Police quarterly 14 (4), 323-343, 2011
462011
Diagnostic utility: Experimental demonstrations and replications of powerful question effects in high-stakes deception detection
TR Levine, JP Blair, DD Clare
Human Communication Research 40 (2), 262-289, 2014
442014
The roles of interrogation, perception, and individual differences in producing compliant false confessions
JP Blair
Psychology, Crime & Law 13 (2), 173-186, 2007
332007
Sex differences in presenting and detecting deceptive messages
JK Burgoon, JP Blair, DB Buller, P Tilley
Sex differences and similarities in communication, 254-268, 2006
322006
A test of the unusual false confession perspective using cases of proven false confessions
JP Blair
Criminal Law Bulletin 41, 127-144, 2005
312005
Detection of deception: An analysis of the behavioral analysis interview technique
JP Blair, WP McCamey
Illinois Law Enforcement Executive Forum 2, 165-169, 2002
312002
Evidence in context: Bayes’ theorem and investigations
J Pete Blair, DK Rossmo
Police Quarterly 13 (2), 123-135, 2010
272010
Effects of communication modality on arousal, cognitive complexity, behavioral control and deception detection during deceptive episodes
JK Burgoon, JP Blair, E Moyer
Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, Miami Beach, Florida, 2003
272003
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