This is an investigative linguistic blog in which I share some of my ongoing academic research and training materials.
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Selected conference publications
Detecting Contract Cheating Using Investigative Linguistics [VIDEO] International Centre for Academic Integrity Conference 2021
Using anomaly detection to separate truth from deception in a mixed veracity text | Decepticon 2017 | Stanford University
Detecting fake reviews using Rhetorical Structure Theory | MIS2: Misinformation and Misbehaviour Mining on the Web | Workshop held in conjunction with WSDM 2018 | Los Angeles, California
“It’s the story, stupid!”. How MARV (Multivariate Analysis of Register Variation) can save the world from fake news | Lancaster University, 2019
Detecting deception by linguistic means | University of Birmingham | December 2018
What does a suspicious review look like? Using coherence relations to understand the discourse of deception | Manchester Forum in Linguistics 2017 | Manchester University
Genre violation as an indicator of deception in online reviews | IAFL 2017 | University of Porto