Reaction Time Concealed Information Test (RT-CIT)

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Reaction Time Concealed Information Test

A measure of deception through knowledge concealment by Suchotzki et al (2021).
Duration: 8 minutes
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Last Updated
Mar 13, 2024, 4:13PM


Google ScholarSearch Google Scholar for peer-reviewed, published research using the Inquisit Reaction Time Concealed Information Test (RT-CIT).

Hu, Xiaoqing, & Rosenfeld, J. Peter. (2012). Combining the P300‐complex trial‐based Concealed Information Test and the reaction time‐based autobiographical Implicit Association Test in concealed memory detection. Psychophysiology, 49(8), 1090-1100.

Nooraven, E, & Verschuere, B. (2013). Predicting the sensitivity of the reaction time-based concealed information test. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27(3), 328-335.

Hu, Xiaoqing, Evans, Angela, Wu, Haiyan, Lee, Kang, & Fu, Genyue. (2013). An interfering dot-probe task facilitates the detection of mock crime memory in a reaction time (RT)-based concealed information test. Acta Psychologica, 142(2), 278-285.

Suchotzki, Kristina, Kakavand, Aileen, & Gamer, Matthias. (2018). Validity of the Reaction Time Concealed Information Test in a Prison Sample. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9, 745.

Norman, Danielle G, Gunnell, Daniel A, Mrowiec, Aleksandra J, & Watson, Derrick G. (2020). Seen this scene? Scene recognition in the reaction-time Concealed Information Test. Memory & Cognition, 48(8), 1388-1402.

Suchotzki, K., Verschuere, B., & Gamer, M. (2021) How Vulnerable is the Reaction Time Concealed Information Test to Faking?, Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition.