Full-time: 28 may -10 june Evening: 11 june - 16 august Online: anytime
11:00 - 18:00 19:00 - 21:30
Leningradsky prospect 7, Moscow
The course targets future professional verifiers
About the course
A profiler-verifier is an expert in non-contact lie detection.
This expert can evaluate and predict a person's behavior, assess actions, facial expressions, gestures and speech.
The course focuses on reading and predicting human behavior.
New module: "Lie detection" Purpose of the course: professional retraining of students authorizing to conduct tests using non-instrumental models of lie detection
Core modules of the course
Module I. Short-term prediction
What is "profiling"?;
Scope of profiling;
Basic principles of profiling;
Structure of mental assessment;
What are metaprograms?;
Metaprogram of motivation;
Metaprogram of reference;
Metaprogram "Style of reaction"
Metaprogram "Search and use of information"
Metaprogram "Level of generalization"
Metaprogram "Locus of attention"
Metaprogram "Locus of comparison"
Metaprogram "Style of perception"
Module II. Long-term prediction of behavior
Body psychogeometry – body type profiling;
Psychotypology of temper;
Factors described by the personality psychotype;
Basic personality psychotypes;
Core tendencies in thinking and behavior of each personality type;
Hysteroid psychotype and its features;
Epileptoid psychotype and its features;
Paranoic psychotype and its features;
Emotional psychotype and its features;
Schizoid psychotype and its features;
Hyperthymic psychotype and its features;
Anxious & hypochondriac psychotype and its features;
Depressive and sad psychotype and its features;
Strategies of diverse lie types;
Adjustment and disadaptation of various types.
Module III. Extra profiling tools
Strategies of thinking (intention, redefinition, self-application, consequences, division, generalization, the opposite example, frame size change, metaframe, another result, similarity, hierarchy of criteria, reality strategy, world model)
What are archetypes?
Features of archetypal models Emotional intelligence J. Panksepp's theory of primal emotions;
R. Plutchik's psychoevolutionary theory of emotion;
Basic prototypes of adaptive behavior and their corresponding emotions;
Rules of displaying emotions on the face;
Emotion of sadness, its characteristics and features of manifestation on the face;
Emotion of anger, its characteristics and features of manifestation on the face;
Emotion of joy, its characteristics and features of manifestation on the face;
Emotion of surprise, its characteristics and features of manifestation on the face;
Emotion of disgust, its characteristics and features of manifestation on the face;
Emotion of contempt, its characteristics and features of manifestation on the face;
Emotion of fear, its characteristics and features of manifestation on the face;
Emotional reactions of the respondent to the behavioral stimuli of the verifier;
Alternative methods of profiling (classification of accentuations of K. Leonhard, psychological types of C. G. Jung, W. Marston's DISC model, Aristotle's psychotypes, E. Spranger's typology)
Module IV. Core signs of lie
What is a "phenomenon of deliberately concealed information"
The main presuppositions (principles) of verification;
Rules of successful verification;
Core verifier's errors and ways to eliminate them;
Basic formula of verifier's work;
Role of significance in lie detection.
Evaluation of stimulus significance;
Classification of Incentives;
Autonomous nervous system (ANS)
What is stress, the role it plays in lie detection;
Types of stress;
Three stages of the general adaptation syndrome;
Stop, fight or flight: a liar's common reactions to stress;
Orienting freezing and its manifestation in a liar's behavior;
Structure of the nervous system;
Structure of the autonomic nervous system.
Functions of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system;
Core signs of lie in the ANS;
Physiological changes in stress observed by a verifier.
Speech as a reflection of the deep consciousness;
Psycholinguistic speech assessment;
Reflecting non-disclosure in a person's speech;
Patterns of generalized speech and ways of dealing with them;
Patterns of "cheating" and ways of dealing with them;
Distortion patterns and ways of dealing with them;
Structure of an uninvolved person's speech;
Structure of an involved person's speech;
Differences in the psycholinguistic stereotypes of uninvolved and involved persons;
Classification of direct and evasive responses;
Module V. Auxiliary signs of lie
Nonverbal communication in lie detection;
What is "non-verbal communication" and its role in human interaction;
Encoding and decoding non-verbal signals;
Interaction of verbal and nonverbal behaviors;
Non-congruence (contradiction) in non-verbal behavior;
Behavior, action, signals, signs;
Three-dimensional psychological space of personality: vertical, horizontal, sagittal, egonal;
Classification of gestures;
Gestures-emblems and emblematic slips;
Gestures of self-justification;
Patterns of non-verbal behavior of uninvolved and involved persons
Signals transmitted by a person;
Types of facial expressions and their features;
P. Ekman's basic emotions and their criteria;
What are "mimic emblems";
What is "microexpression";
Rules of face observation;
Facial action coding system (FACS);
Action units as units of measurement in face coding;
Main facial muscles;
Codes of motor units, their features and nuances;
Assessment of action intensity;
FACS test guide;
Interpretation of codes using EmFACS.
Module VI. Algorithms of lie detecting and collecting information
Types of examination;
System of organized liar's control;
NLP interview (interview with the purpose of revealing the person's involvement/non-involvement in crime)
Shaping a mental set, establishing rapport, identifying baseline behavior and deviation from it;
Key part geared towards identification of involvement/non-involvement of a interviewed person in the event under investigation;
Mental state assessment;
Overall assessment of the interview and decision making;
Drawing conclusions, finalization and use of verifier's findings;
Statement validity assessment (SVA).
Course tutors of the Academy
Profiler-verifier, polygraph examiner
Expert-polygraph examiner, profiler.
Psychiatrist-SAP, expert in facial expressions and emotions
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Terms of admission: at least 18 years old, successful passing of an individual interview, aspiration to deal with people, communication skills.
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