The class data for the GSR-deception practical are shown above. For each participant there are mean values of peak response time (Peak RT) broken down by truthful and untruthful answers. The statistical analysis is shown below.
There is also a sample GSR trace, see the iworx data file called “Resit trace”., which contains a sample GSR response to question 3. You are required to load this data into the Labscribe software (iworx) package, and then to copy and paste the screenshot into your Results section (see Practical Handbook). You are also required to annotate this sample output, such that the Peak Response Time and SCL values are illustrated. These values can be determined using the iworx cursors to locate and determine the necessary values, as was illustrated during the practical sessions. The annotations can be done manually, by drawing additional lines and labels on the printed report, or you can use the Labscribe to place additional marks onto the output before copying the screenshot into your Report.
Participant Deceitful Answers Truthful Answers
Peak RT / s
8.70 Peak RT / s