Russian text corpora for deception detection studies

T. A. Litvinova, O. V. Zagorovskaya, O. A. Litvinova

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Text-based deception detection is presently on the way to gain even more significance as related studies certainly have both theoretical and practical value and a range of applications for police, security, and customs, as well as predatory communications, e.g. Internet scams). For these studies designing text corpora is essential. Text-based deception detection has been mostly dealt with using English as well as a few other European languages. There is not sufficient research into the problem with the use of Slavic languages, which is mostly due to no corresponding corpora available. In this article we propose an overview of existing text corpora employed in studies of text-based deception detection as well as a detailed description of available Russian corpora specially designed for text-based deception detection.

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