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How To Spot
A Liar
Statistics About Lying
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their resumes.
13% or patients he to their doctors according to a study
1, 500 respondents.
we say they" stretched the truth" when who that doctors
personal information,
Nearly was lied about mowing a doctor' s treatment plan and more
than 30% lied about their diet and exercise regimens.
awe oi people he atleast one People he more often
during a conversation over the telephone than
and on average tell two to in any other form of
three lies communication
on average, men tell so lies per day to their partner, boss
and work colleagues, but women tell lust three
The must common lie told by both sexes was Nothing‘:
wrong I' m fine.'
Did you break into that house?
No, Mid not break into that house!
i 1. Listen to Verbal Context
and Content
What are you who here?
Did you try to break into
that house’
often use your
words when
a question,
no I did not try to break
into that house!
b. Allar will... ' Did you tryto breakfa
thath ?
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without using
ididn‘ mid not!
alien avoid "lying" by
making indirect
statements wath Did I look like I was trying to
impaled . break into that house?
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alter: speak more than
is necessary to try and
become more
i did willy to break in!
i was blah blah blah blah blah
when blah blah Nth . '
e, A liar will... no you try to break into
me" leave out that house?
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when' answering ,
question. NO, I DID NUT
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huddle, that house?
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That Empty Home
o 2. Study the Body Language
a. Stiff Body
c we contact
a, someone will often have b, nothing ones face,
a soil physical throat or mouth can
with few arm and hand indicate deception.
movements. They will Touching or scratching the
unconsciously try to make their nose or behind the ear is
may occupy less space. also men an indication M
c, A person who is we will likely d, A liar is unlikely to touch
wold eye . their own chest/ heart
with an open hand.
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the police station lot some
3. Note Emotional Gestures
Indicates Emotion Question Subjects Emotion
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a. you can anon tell if someone is lying if:
They display emotion kmg ulcer Ming asked o question.
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They their emotion. men abruptly my showing emotion.
b, mu can often tell If someone is we ii there ls a time can between
a person showing emotion and verbally responding to a question.
Far example, if someone were to receive a at and warm "I love no and
smile only any making the statement, as opposed to smiling during, or
before they made the statement, they are probably being deceptive.
c. you can often tell it someone is I e if there is contradiction
between the " (intent of the so has response and the emotions
they are it play
someone some " have tou" while
d. When someone is taking an
emotion, their expats on is
when limited to their mouth
instead or their whale face.
This can be especially obvious
when someone is faking a smile.
sorted or "polite"
smile. only muscles
directly around the
mouth are involved
h Natural smile.
Many fad muscle groups are used
involuntarily. The braked muscle
will push down, the cheeks and jaw
will move, and the nose may wrinkle
The easiest way to spot a real smile
is to look at the eyes in a natural
smile, the eyes become "wished"
and may create "crows feet." only
a small % of people can voluntarily
move these eye muscle to "fake"
a "real" smile.
MP. Interactions and Reactions
a. A guilty poison will often at
Gr where as an
innocent person will often so
on the offensive.
b. A liar is usually
lacing " questioner or accuser
and will likely turn their head or
body away from the person
accusing them
c A list will omen
place an object (such as a hook,
glass, an between themselves
and their accuser
ck 5. Look Closely at Micro expressions
a. what are and why do they matter?
A ls a involuntary,
facial emulsion that people unconsciously display
when they are " an emotion. they are quick &
intense ewes ens of concealed emotion,
b. Giannini M : Sad
Creased forehead,
Happy waveing chin
Crow' s leer,
crinkled eyelids,
raised up corner
Slight sheen
raised side of
mar mouth
Raised eyebrow,
parted lips
Eyebrows raised,
eyes wide open,
Anger mouth wide open
Furrowed eyebrows,
frowning mouth.
chin jutting out
narrowed was
Narrowed eves.
wrinkled nose,
parted mouth
The Main Points to Remember
About :
They are brief - appear and disappear
on the face in a (union Ma second. in other words,
occur so quickly that most people
don even home them.
They are Involuntary - A is caused by
involuntary movements in lanai muscles, Most
people cannot control these involuntary muscles
which are affected by their emotions.
are generally grouped into seven
universal emotions: anger, disgust, fear, sadness,
happiness. surprise, and contempt.
6. Learn To Study the Eyes
Eyes can sometimes be a good indicator of
deception, although they can he to
read correctly, it would be foolish to make a
mall without further investigation.
By how the was portray
thought processes, it is possible to spot
between what you are being
mid and what the person is actually
thinking. The following are 6 common visual
access cues.
Up and Keft Up and right
Visually Visually
images we) C Images (vi)
Imagine acurate What color was the
bukkits, first house you lived in?
To the not To the right
Auditory Auditory
Constructed an (Al)
Try and create Remember what
the sound moor your mother' s voice
write singer in sounds are
your head,
Down and left Down and right
Wrtpmv/ ) O q internal ( AI)
smell on campfire?
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#1 - noobfj
Reply +6
(01/23/2012) [-]
#2 to #1 - anon
Reply 0
(01/23/2012) [-]
That and the fact it wasn't even just for the lulz.

#4 - oneulovetohate
Reply +5
(01/23/2012) [-]
too bad they canceled Lie to me
it was such a good show :'(
#15 to #4 - Cylleruion
Reply 0
(01/24/2012) [-]
Just started watching the 3rd season!
#27 - muhamidallea
Reply +4
(01/24/2012) [-]
All these facts and percentages are wrong.   
The people they surveyed are obviously ******* liars.
All these facts and percentages are wrong.
The people they surveyed are obviously ******* liars.

#43 - eshaythewolf
Reply +3
(01/24/2012) [-]
Wow, i must look like a liar all the time!
I have difficulty looking people in the eye, it just makes me feel uncomfortable, so i tend to look around at other objects or stare at the floor while talking.
Surely that means that this is flawed because i cannot be the only one who does these things.
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#10 to #3 - anon
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(01/24/2012) [-]
It's pretty easy to me. Then again, I just smile a lot. Maybe I know the micro-whatevers just from that?
#52 - oneofthembrians
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(01/24/2012) [-]
my girlfreind just said "i did not cheat on you"
my girlfreind just said "i did not cheat on you"
#53 to #52 - ultranooob [OP]
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(01/24/2012) [-]
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#44 - ssorrenidrag
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(01/24/2012) [-]
Just a wee FYI. When lying, an individual is MORE likely to look at you (contradictory to what is above) as they will be looking for signs to see if people believe them or not.

Also it is easier to tell a liar when not looking at the individual and by how quickly they answer. if it seems to be instantaneous, they are more likely to be lying.
#41 - carbondioxide
Reply +2
(01/24/2012) [-]
retoast! :(
retoast! :(
#64 to #41 - FailFjer
Reply 0
(01/24/2012) [-]
Hey, you didn't get pinkieed down!

-Sincerely, Cpt.Obvious
#73 to #64 - carbondioxide
Reply 0
(01/24/2012) [-]
Thank you Captain Obvious
Thank you Captain Obvious
#31 - arsecandle
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(01/24/2012) [-]
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#34 to #32 - arsecandle
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(01/24/2012) [-]
that means nothing to me, as I'm English
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#36 to #35 - arsecandle
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(01/24/2012) [-]
Is the irony too much to handle?
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#38 to #37 - arsecandle
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(01/24/2012) [-]
I thought he was doing fine, but then again I know nothing of American politics... Apart from 1891 - 1945
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#40 to #39 - arsecandle
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(01/24/2012) [-]
I liked that ;)
I liked that ;)
#5 - snitram
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(01/24/2012) [-]
anyone else read the whole thing and now think they can read anyone like a book. lol
#6 to #5 - ultranooob [OP]
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(01/24/2012) [-]
i did