Christa Arnold, Ph.D. received her doctorate in Communication from the University of Florida. Her primary research areas include lying and deception, social listening, physician-patient communication including listening in healthcare. Christa has received several grants for her work in communication, specifically listening and deception detection training for physicians and patients in the clinical setting. She publishes her work in International, National and Regional, Medical peer reviewed journals and various book chapters. Her research with Dr. Stewart in Social Listening has reached interdisciplinary audiences and was an invited showcase presentation at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Christa teaches Listening, Lying and Deception and Health Communication at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Breakout Session 6: March 9, 1:00-2:15 PM
Bridging the gap for online deception detection: Uncovering methodology to identify deceptive content in mediated communication.