Management information systems graduate student Michael Byrd stands on Monday in front of a kiosk at the Eller College of Management that uses a computerized agent named Brad to determine if a person is being deceptive or not. The computerized agent uses physiological signals to determine whether someone is lying.
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Adderall is a drug that changes the concentration of neurotransmitters, which are chemicals found in brain cells that are used for communication, in specific regions of the brain. Approximately 13 percent of UA students used attention deficit hyperactivity disorder medications without a prescription in the year prior to a study released last year by Campus Health Service.