In a NSF-funded project with
Julia Hirschberg and
colleagues at Columbia University and University of Colorado, we are
investigating properties of deceptive speech and automatic methods of
distinguishing deceptive from non-deceptive speech. For this work we
collected and annotated a large corpus of deceptive and non-deceptive
speech, the CSC Deception Corpus. We have also looked at the role of
pausing in deception, and speaker personality as a factor in accuracy
of human judgments of deception.
F. Enos, E. Shriberg, M. Graciarena, J. Hirschberg, & A. Stolcke (2007),
Detecting Deception Using Critical Segments.
In Proceedings Interspeech, pp. 2281-2284, Antwerp.
F. Enos, S. Benus, R. Cautin, M. Graciarena, J. Hirschberg & E. Shriberg (2006),
Personality Factors in Human Deception Detection: Comparing Human to Machine Performance.
Proc. ICSLP, pp. 813-816, Pittsburgh.
M. Graciarena, E. Shriberg, A. Stolcke, F. Enos, J. Hirschberg, & S. Kajarekar
Combining Prosodic, Lexical and Cepstral Systems for Deceptive Speech Detection.
Proc. IEEE ICASSP, vol. 1, pp. 1033-1036, Toulouse.
S. Benus, F. Enos, J. Hirschberg, & E. Shriberg (2006).
Pauses in Deceptive Speech,
Speech Prosody 2006, Dresden.
J. Hirschberg, S. Benus, J. M. Brenier, F. Enos, S. Friedman,
S. Gilman, C. Girand, M. Graciarena, A. Kathol, L. Michaelis,
B. Pellom, E. Shriberg, & A. Stolcke (2005),
Distinguishing Deceptive from Non-Deceptive Speech.
Proc. Eurospeech, pp. 1833-1836, Lisbon.