The first paper on questionable research practices in the deception detection literature (under forensic psychology) has just been accepted for publication in Perspectives on Psychological Science:
Luke, T. (2019). Lessons from Pinocchio: Cues to deception may be highly exaggerated (preprint)
As I have explained above, I suspect that deception researchers, like Pinocchio, have not taken the bitter medicine of methodological reform in large part because the negative consequences of present practices have not been apparent. My hope is that what I have presented here will serve as a clear indication that the current way of doing things cannot be sustained. We must hold ourselves to higher standards and demand stronger evidence for claims of cues to deception. Effective reforms will be onerous. The medicine is bitter. But the alternative is worse.