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Unpad`s students create lie detection card game

21st January 2015
The students of Padjadjaran University (Unpad) in Bandung, West Java, have created a card game called "Lion" that helps to hone a persons sensitivity to detect lies. "The Lion card game trains an individuals sensitivity to ...
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