4 Ways to catch a liar by their body languages! ΝΤΕΤΕΚΤΙΒ, ΓΡΑΦΕΙΟ ΙΔΙΩΤΙΚΩΝ ΕΡΕΥΝΩΝ I.P.I.
They may repeat words or phrases
This happens because they're trying to convince you, and themselves, of something, she says. "They're trying to validate the lie in their mind." For example, ντετεκτιβ, ντετέκτιβ, he or she may say: "I didn't...I didn't..." over and over again, Glass said. The repetition is also a way to buy themselves time as they attempt to gather their thoughts, she added.
They may provide too much information
When someone goes on and on and gives you too much information — information that is not requested and especially an excess of details ντετέκτιβ στο Μαρούσι και ντετεκτιβ στην Γλυφάδα— there is a very high probability that he or she is not telling you the truth," wrote Glass. "Liars often talk a lot because they are hoping that, with all their talking and seeming openness, others will believe them."
They may touch or cover their mouth
A telltale sign of lying is that a person will automatically put their hands over their mouth when they don't want to deal with an issue or answer a question," says Glass. "When adults put their hands over their lips, ντετεκτιβ, ντετέκτιβ, ανιχνευτης ψευδους it means they aren't revealing everything, and they just don't want to tell the truth," she says. "They are literally closing off communication."
They tend to instinctively cover vulnerable body parts
This may include areas such as the throat, chest, head, or abdomen.
"I have often seen this in the courtroom when I work as a consultant for attorneys. I can always tell when someone's testimony has hit a nerve with the defendant, when I see his or her hand covering the front of his/her throat," said Glass.
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