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How To Detect Lies

Author : Farouk Radwan

Submitted : 2012-02-16 17:25:36    Word Count : 568    Popularity:   9

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How to know if someone is lying to you
Suppose you met your friend with a smile on your face, then told him that you are feeling sad. Would he believe you?
No, he would never believe you because he has seen the smile on your face; in other words, he has seen the inconsistency between what you are saying and the facial expression you're showing him.
We all know that nobody smiles when they're sad, but I'm not talking about conscious inconsistencies here; I'm talking about the unconscious ones.
Your subconscious mind controls many of your involuntary functions like that of breathing, sweating, heart-beating....etc. When someone attempts to lie, they can have control over their facial expressions and tone of voice, but their unconscious mind still controls all other involuntary signals like body language and respiration rate. These unconscious signals are what we will be using to detect if they are lying; if their words are consistent with their unconscious signals then they are saying the truth, otherwise they are lying.
This article is not about intuitive or logical tricks, it provides lying detection techniques that are based on deep psychological concepts and proven facts.
Signs that Show when Someone Is Lying
The following are signs you should look for when attempting to spot a liar:
• Body Language: Liars usually hide their palms and almost never sit straight while telling a lie. They also avoid eye contact and generally use negative evaluation gestures, that is if they feel bad while lying (For more information, check the full page on a liar’s body language below)

• Eye Accessing Cues Mismatch: According to NLP, the direction the eye takes reflects the order taking place in the brain at the time. For example, looking towards the upper left side means that you are constructing an image in your mind, but if you're looking towards the upper right side then you're recalling an image. How can that be of use? Well, think about it; if someone is looking in the upper left direction as while asking about something then he's probably constructing an image of the lie he's about to tell; this is one of the signs that he could be lying. (See the full guide to eye accessing cues and liar detection below).


• Inconsistencies in the Story: In different places and times, the story is more likely to change every single time it is narrated; he will one time forget a word, add something completely new, or remove something that he has been previously mentioned. Regardless of the type of inconsistency, it shows he is lying.

• Feeling Anxious: Almost anyone who lies feels anxious; with various degrees depending on how professional the liar is. One of your concerns should be trying to spot his state of anxiety; talk as much as you can about the subject in order to keep him anxious. Check out anxiety body language in order to be able to detect anxiety.

• Avoiding the Subject: A person who wants to hide something will usually try to avoid bringing it up in the conversation or even talking about anything remotely related to it. Try to talk about anything related to the situation without addressing it directly and see if he tries to jump out of it into another topic.

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