• 3742 Citations
1969 …2020

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Research Interests

Professor Rosenfeld’s research mainly concerns perfection of physiological, cognitive and behavioral means for detection of concealed information for field forensic use: such as in crimes, including prevention of terror acts and diagnosis of malingered head injury. He mostly relies on the P300 brain wave (event-related potential) as a sign of recognition. He also utilizes the autobiographical version of the Implicit Association Test, and also, occasionally, fMRI imaging. He developed in 2008 a novel (“Complex Trial”) protocol which has proven resistant to most countermeasures. Recently, he has also studied a newly developed countermeasure known as “voluntary memory suppression” which thus far does not defeat the Complex Trial Protocol.

Education/Academic qualification

Physiological Psychology, PhD, University of Iowa

… → 1971

Psychology, MA, University of Iowa

… → 1969

English and Comparative Literature, MA, Columbia University

… → 1961

Biology, Humanities, BA, Columbia University

… → 1959

Research interests

  • Emotion
  • Mechanisms of deception
  • Psychophysiology

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Research Output

Necessity of the target discrimination in the P300-based complex trial protocol test for concealed information

Davydova, E., Rosenfeld, J. P. & Labkovsky, E., Jan 1 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Psychophysiology. e13548.

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  • The effect of retroactive memory interference on the P300-based Complex Trial Protocol (CTP)

    Ward, A. C., Rosenfeld, J. P., Sitar, E. J. & Wasserman, J. D., Jan 2020, In : International Journal of Psychophysiology. 147, p. 213-223 11 p.

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  • The enhancing effect of incongruent verbal priming stimuli on the CIT effect with pictorial probes in the P300-based complex trial protocol

    Sui, T., Sitar, E., Rosenfeld, J. P., Labkovsky, E., Ward, A. & Davydova, E., Feb 2020, In : International Journal of Psychophysiology. 148, p. 59-66 8 p.

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