Jeffrey Walczyk

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Psychology and Behavior Science Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA, United States 
Area:
Behavioral Psychology
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Ellis SK, Walczyk JJ, Buboltz W, et al. (2014) The relationship between self-reported sleep quality and reading comprehension skills. Sleep Science (SãO Paulo, Brazil). 7: 189-96
Walczyk JJ. (2014) A Commentary on Information Manipulation Theory 2: Its Place in Deception Research and Suggestions for Elaboration Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 33: 424-430
Walczyk JJ, Tcholakian T, Igou F, et al. (2014) One Hundred Years of Reading Research: Successes and Missteps of Edmund Burke Huey and Other Pioneers Reading Psychology. 35: 601-621
Walczyk JJ, Harris LL, Duck TK, et al. (2014) A social-cognitive framework for understanding serious lies: Activation-decision-construction-action theory New Ideas in Psychology. 34: 22-36
Runco MA, Walczyk JJ, Acar S, et al. (2014) The incremental validity of a short form of the ideational behavior scale and usefulness of distractor, contraindicative, and lie scales Journal of Creative Behavior. 48: 185-197
Walczyk JJ, Griffith DA, Yates R, et al. (2012) LIE Detection by Inducing Cognitive Load: Eye Movements and Other Cues to the False Answers of "Witnesses" to Crimes Criminal Justice and Behavior. 39: 887-909
Walczyk JJ, Mahoney KT, Doverspike D, et al. (2009) Cognitive lie detection: Response time and consistency of answers as cues to deception Journal of Business and Psychology. 24: 33-49
Walczyk JJ, Runco MA, Tripp SM, et al. (2008) The creativity of lying: Divergent thinking and ideational correlates of the resolution of social dilemmas Creativity Research Journal. 20: 328-342
Walczyk JJ, Griffith-Ross DA. (2008) Commentary on the functional creativity model: Its application to understanding innovative deception Creativity Research Journal. 20: 130-133
Walczyk JJ, Griffith-Ross DA. (2007) How important is reading skill fluency for comprehension? Reading Teacher. 60: 560-569
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