This psychophysiological mechanism is used in the Guilty Knowledge Test (Lykken, 1959) for the detection of concealed information.
What does GKT stand for?
GKT stands for Guilty Knowledge Test
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We have 3 other meanings of GKT in our Acronym Attic
- Greater Karachi Sewerage Plan (Pakistan)
- Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Kernenergie in Schiffbau und Schiffstechnik (German: society for the promotion of the nuclear energy in shipbuilding and naval technology)
- Girni Kamgar Sangharsh Samiti (Hindi; Indian textile union)
- Gloucester King's School Society (UK)
- Grameen Kalyan Sangharsh Samiti (Indian organization)
- Gereja Kristen Sulawesi Tengah (Indonesian: Central Sulawesi Christian Church)
- Griffin Kubik Stephens & Thompson, Inc
- Gas-Kinetic Theory
- General Knowledge Test
- Gono Kallyan Trust (Saturia, Bangladesh)
- Greater Knoxville Tennis Association (Tennessee)
- Greater Knoxville Triathlon Club (Knoxville, TN)
- Gravity Keeps the Hours (rock band)
- Gordian Knot Technologies Inc. (software company)
- God Killed the Queen (song; Louis XIV)
- Great Kathmandu Tandoori Restaurant (UK)
- Gereja Kristen di Timor Timur (Indonesian: Christian Church in East Timor)
- Give Kids the World
- Gangster Kids United
- Green Korea United (ecological conservation; est. 1991)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hira said this is not a realistic application in the field, as more than half of forensic guilty knowledge tests are conducted 1 month after the crime occurs.
The Guilty Knowledge Test The Guilty Knowledge Test (GKT, also known as the Concealed Information Test) is a well-established experimental paradigm in psychophysiological research.