Being able to tell if someone is lying to you could be an important survival skill. At the very least it’s nice to be able to tell if someone is trying to pull the wool over your eyes. It’s not always as obvious as Pinocchio when someone is trying to lie.
In this video you’ll discover the top 10 sign that someone is lying to you. Please see the article below the video for more ways to tell if someone is lying to you.
Just about every man, woman, or child is dishonest sometimes. The following video will show you some interesting ways to spot those who tell the truth and those who don’t. Be sure to catch the article below the video.
By Arianne Cohen and Lindsy Van Gelder
Article Source: Real Simple.com
As an investigator, I first try to assess how someone normally speaks. To do that, I begin an interview by asking questions that I know the answers to, like “What’s your full name?” or “Where do you live?” Some folks are naturally animated and talk fast; others are more subdued. Once I know which type of talker a person is, I start asking him questions that I don’t know the answer to. If his manner shifts abruptly—going from calm to agitated or lively to mellow—chances are he’s not telling the truth.
Gregg McCrary is a retired FBI criminal profiler and a crime analyst in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
In my research, I’ve discovered that when people fib about themselves, they tend to use I and me less often than people who are being truthful. Instead, they’ll speak about themselves in the third person (“This is a girl who loves to ski”) or even truncate their language (“Really into listening to jazz”)—anything to give themselves psychological distance from the lie.
Jeffrey Hancock is an associate professor of communication at Cornell University who studies online lying.
Ask most people what they were doing last week and they’ll have to pause and think about it. That’s even more true of teenagers, who generally don’t have the capacity to tell an elaborate story on the fly. So when I call a child into my office and he seems totally rehearsed—there’s zero hesitation before he answers a question—well, that’s a dead giveaway.
Julia Chung has been an educator for 16 years, first as a high school teacher in Los Angeles and now as an assistant principal in Westchester County, New York.
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