Detection of deception through saccadic movements in the psychological assessment and symptom monitoring of Covid-19

Authors

  • Luz Patricia Rodas Ochoa
  • Pablo Andrés Buestán Andrade
  • Andrés Ramírez Coronel
  • Pedro Carlos Martínez Suarez

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n2-087

Keywords:

Deception Detection, eye movements, neurocognition, artificial intelligence

Abstract

From the theory of the model of the mind's point of view, which indicates that in syllogisms there will be more eye movements from front to back between the terms of the premises that question some of Ford's predictions? (Espino & Santamaría, 1998) During the blinking process, sometimes the superior and inferior eyelids tend to completely or incompletely close. It intervenes notably in the comfort of vision when we perform surrounding vision tasks. Carrying out tasks such as conferences, paper, and electronic versions, it's linked to an increase in dry eye symptoms, therefore, among other factors, of altered blinking. (Rodríguez Montiel, 2015). This article intended to verify the phenomena of lying, deception, and self-deception that are directly related to psychological problems and their treatments (Porcel Medina & Gonzalez Fernandez, 2005). Among its defining features is the adoption of computational metaphor as a source of inspiration for the modeling of the structures and processes of the mind, and methodological functionalism, which legitimizes the study of mental processes and states (the "software") regardless of its physical installation base (the "hardware"). It is a computerized model of the human special abilities for reasoning and problem-solving skills. However, it is another modern language used in artificial intelligence (AI) and the logical extension that is based on first-order predicate calculus that includes an inference engine that uses backward chaining. It is a non-procedural language, which indicates that the instructions do not have to necessarily be executed in the order that they have been entered. (Pino Diez & Gómez Gómez, 2001) It is concluded that the specific causes of this ocular muscular activity constitute a true enigma located in the adjacent area of the midbrain. (García Alcolea, 2009).

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Published

2021-05-19