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True and false intentions: Mental images of the future


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Title: True and false intentions: Mental images of the future
Authors: Knieps, Melanie
E-mail: melanie.knieps@psy.gu.se
melanie.knieps@gmx.net
Issue Date: 15-Nov-2013
University: Göteborgs universitet. Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten
University of Gothenburg. Faculty of Social Sciences
Institution: Department of Psychology ; Psykologiska institutionen
Parts of work: Granhag, P.A. & Knieps, M. (2011). Episodic future thought: Illuminating the trademarks of forming true and false intentions. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, 274-280.
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Knieps, M., Granhag, P. A., & Vrij, A. (2013). Back to the future: Asking about mental images to discriminate between true and false intentions. The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 147, 619-640.
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Knieps, M., Granhag, P. A., & Vrij, A. (2013). Repeated visits to the future: Asking about mental images to discriminate between true and false intentions. International Journal of Advances in Psychology, 2, 93-102.

Knieps, M., Granhag, P.A., & Vrij, A. Been there before? Examining ‘familiarity’ as a moderator for discriminating between true and false intentions. Manuscript, Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg.
Date of Defence: 2013-12-06
Disputation: Fredagen den 6 december 2013 kl. 10.00 i sal F1 Psykologiska Institutionen, Haraldsgatan 1, Göteborg.
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Series/Report no.: Doctoral Dissertation
Keywords: deception
episodic future thinking
mental images
true and false intentions
Abstract: Being able to detect deception about future actions is of clear societal value. At its best, it could prevent crimes before they happen. This is why research has begun to study how to assess the veracity of statements about future events. People experience mental images when they think about future events that allow them to vividly pre-experience the future. The process underlying mental images is commonly referred to as episodic future thinking (EFT). The main research question of this the... more
ISBN: 978-91-628-8861-9
ISSN: 1101-718X
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/34324
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