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How to spot a liar
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Speaking Point: How to tell when someone is lying may be one of the most researched topics of all time. I found this out during production of a TV show in which I was trained by the FBI in lie detection.

Speaking Point: While many people can lie with no nervous tells or galvanic skin response, there are three signs to look for that are common to all liars:

Speaking Point: 1. Contradictory head movement. Watch to see if the person is nodding their head when they are saying no, or shaking their head when they are saying yes. Moving our heads to indicate affirmative or negative feedback is deeply subconscious. You’ll often see a political candidate say “Yes, I totally agree with such and such” while they are shaking their head “no.”

Speaking Point: 2. Too much detail. We start this one when we’re kids, telling elaborate stories about amazing dogs and invisible people to try avoiding getting in trouble. This habit tends to follow us into adulthood.

Speaking Point: 3. Defensive body movement. Crossed legs, an arm across the body, shoulder turned, feet askew—anything that protects the liar. The opposite may also be the case, with a person freezing into an open position to prevent defensive body language.

Speaking Point: As with all diagnostics, it helps to know what the norm is for the person you’re analyzing. Sometimes crossed arms just means the room is cold.

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