Are you bad at reading lies? There is a recent research by Dr Leanne Ten Brinke, a forensic psychologist at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, and his collaborator, suggests that our instincts to judge the liar is actually quite strong – but our conscious mind sometimes frustrate us.
Fortunately, there are signs that we might see when trying to detect lies.
Some investigator expert said it is not hard to analyze if someone is lying or telling the truth Because they may say a lie to you with their lips but their body language is telling the truth.
So here we go, the most obvious signs that someone is lying to you.
1. They change their head position rapidly
If you see someone suddenly make head movements when you ask them direct questions, they may lie to you about something.
“The head will be pulled or jerked back, prostration, or tilt or sideways,”. This will often occur right before people are expected to respond to questions.
2. Their breathing changes
When someone is lying to you, breathing may be severe. “It is a reflex action.”
When there is a change of breath, shoulder they will go up and their voices can be shallow. “In essence, they were out of breath due to changes in heart rate and blood flow. Your body changes when you are nervous and tense -. When you lie”
3. They stood silent
It’s common knowledge that people are agitated when they are nervous, but you should also watch out for people who do not move at all.
“This may be a sign of neurological response primitive” fight “response than” flight “, because the position of the body to prepare for the possibility of confrontation,”. “When you talk and engage in normal conversation, it is natural to move your body in a smooth, relaxed, and, for the most part unconscious. So, if the behavior of the speaker stiff, being catatonic without movement, often it is a sign that something is wrong ,
4. They repeat the words or phrases
This happens because they are trying to convince you, and themselves about something, he said. “They are trying to validate lie in their minds” For example, he might say: “I do not … I do not …” over and over again.
Repetition is also a way to gain time because they are trying to find a reason ”
5. They provide too much information
“When people talk on and on and give too much information – information that was not requested and using excessive details – there is a high possibility that he was not telling the truth,”. “Liars often talk a lot because they hope that, with all their talk and being looked open, others will believe it.”
6. They touch or cover their mouths
“A lie-mark signs that a person will automatically put their hands into their mouths when they do not want to deal with the problem or do not want to answer the question,”.
“When adults put their hands over their lips, it means they do not reveal everything, and they just do not want to tell the truth,” he said. “They were really close communication.”
7. Instinctively covering the body vulnerable
This may include areas such as the throat, chest, head or stomach.
“I often see this in the courtroom when I worked as a consultant for lawyers. I can always tell when someone has made a defendant’s testimony cornered, when I saw her hand covering the front / throat,”.
“I never appreciated the potential read this behavior until I joined the FBI as a special agent,” he said.
8. They shuffle their feet (They shuffle Reviews their feet)
“It is the body that takes over,”. Shuffle tells you that the potential liar uncomfortable and nervous. It also shows that he wants to leave the situation; they wanted to go.
“This is one important way to detect a liar. Look at their feet and you can know.”
9. It becomes difficult for them to talk
“If you ever watch a video recording of the interrogation of suspects guilty, you will often see that iakan become more difficult for him to speak,”. “This is because the nervous system automatically reduces the salivary flow during times of stress, which of course makes the mucous membranes of the mouth dries up.”
Other signs to watch out for include sudden biting lips or pursed lips.
10. They stare at you without blinking
When people lie, it becomes a common thing that they break eye contact, but liars can go the extra mile to maintain eye contact in an effort to control and manipulate you.
“When people tell the truth, at least occasionally their eyes will switch to turn around and perhaps even from time to time. Liars, on the other hand, will use a cold and steady gaze to intimidate and control.”
Also watch out for eyes blinking rapidly.
11. They tend to much pointing
“When the liar becomes hostile or defensive, he tried to turn on your mistakes,”. Liars will become hostile because he was angry because you have discovered the lie, which can result in a lot of pointing.