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10 Body Language Deceptions

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When someone intends to lie, his/her body tends to reveal it in one way or another. Learn how to detect these body signals in this deck!

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10 Body Language Deceptions

  1. BODY LANGUAGE
  2. sporling dzcepiion is awfviiig difficult to do.
  3. spofiing decepiion is nwfuiitg difficvir to do. one gesfvm cannot and does not revaou an eniim sforig and more than a. booics massage can be conmined in one word
  4. T0 oucourolfollg infer olnolhors infonlions as 140V road his loodlg lolnguono, The followings should ouwougs be fouaon info considorollions
  5. ‘lo accurarelg infer anolher's inrenlions as gou read his bodg language, lhe followings should alwags be taken into considerations: GESTIIRES Gestures always come in set of gestures that occur together at the same time, which reveal a certain attitude or motivation. clusltlls
  6. ‘lo accurarelg infer anolher's inrenlions as gou read his bodg language, lhe followings should alwags be taken into considerations: GESTIIRES Gestures always come in set of gestures that occur together at clusltlls the same time, which reveal a certain attitude or motivation. When the truth is told, the words ought to he congruent with the non-verbal signals. Yourjoh is to read the non-verhal and accurately match them against the verbal.
  7. ‘lo accuratelg infer ano1her's intentions as gou read his bodg language, the followings should alwags be taken into considerations: GESTIIRES Gestures always come in set of gestures that occur together at clusitlls the same time, which reveal a certain attitude or motivation. When the truth is told, the words ought to he congruent with the non-verbal signals. Yourjoh is to read the non-verhal and accurately match them against the verbal. In all circumstances, gestures should always he considered in the context in which they occur. .
  8. that being said, bg carefullg watching for those uncontrolled gestures that appear when least expected, gou mag just be able to detect the deceiver. ‘t ‘l‘{
  9. when someone is lging, she is prone to nod the head ("Yes"), even as she is mouthing the word "ll0,” and vice versa.
  10. when someone is lging. she is prone to nod the head ("Yes"). even as she is mouthing the word "Mo, " and vice . , . ,,: ~‘»"7’: ;:: : “ 27/ X :2; 0 i ll - , rt, ‘ versa. / ‘this is called "incongruence". ll. ,%pv Yes
  11. |‘f’ 1400 see someone suddenlg malae a head movement when lg0l) ask them a direct guestion, theg mag be llglflg 1'0 lg0V about something.
  12. IT 1400 see someone suddenlg make a head movement when lg0ll ask them a direct guestion, theg mag be llgltlg T0 lg0V about something. the head mag be retracted, jerked back, bowed down, cocked or titted to the side, and this will often happen right before the person is expected to respond to a question.
  13. oontrarg to popular belief, a liar does not alwags avoid ege contact
  14. Humans naturallg break ege contact and look at non- movlng objects to help them focus and remember.
  15. Humans naturallg break ege contact and look at non- moving objects to help them focus and remember. Liars mag deliberatelg make ege contact to seem more sincere, this can be practiced to overcome ang discomfort, as a wag of "proving" that truth is being told
  16. Eernard i/ ladoff, like most con men, overcompensated and stared at people lon er than usual, often vvitho blinking at regular intervals.
  17. when people tell the truth, most will occasionallg shift their eges around and mag even look awag from time to time.
  18. when people tell the truth, most will occasionallg shift their eges around and mag even look awag from time to time. T[’'‘”' , Liars, on the other hand, will use a cold, steadg gaze to intimidate and control
  19. Also watch out for rapid blinking.
  20. People tend to touch the nose more when lging and a great deal less when telling the truth
  21. lT seems that the nose TOllOh is connected TO the original mouth covering gesture that is SO Ob/ lOl)s ll’l children. ‘$-—’
  22. lT seems that the nose TOllOh is connected TO the original mouth covering gesture that is so ObWOl}s lfl children. because adults are more conscious about bodg signs that theg are displaging, the hand is opicklg pulled awag from the mouth, which results in a at/ ick nose touching gesture.
  23. You can tell the difference between a "normal" nose itch, and a nose touch that is from the signs of lging - the simple itch will be satisfied with rubbing or scratching, but wont be satisfied with just a light touch, and this is what happens when the person is lging
  24. People who are holding back their feelings and em and who want gou to believe something that isn often touch their faces, particularlg their mo j
  25. this action stems from their gounger dags when, as children, theg covered their mouths when telling a lie.
  26. when adults put their hands over their mouths, lT means theg arent revealing evergthing, and theg just don't want To tell the TYlITh.
  27. A person mag constanttg be trging TO lubricate their throat when theg lie big swallowing, glilplflg OY clearing their throat
  28. Lging causes their bodg to increase production of adrenaline, which gets their saliva pumping and then creates verg little.
  29. Lging causes their bodg to increase production of adrenaline, which gets their saliva pumping and then creates verg little. Whlle the saliva is surging, the subject might be glllpltlg ll’ Wfl
  30. Lging causes their bodg to increase production of adrenaline, which ets their saliva pumping an then creates verg time. while the saliva is surging, the subject might be gulping it wn when the saliva is no longer surging, the subject might be clearing their throat - ‘ ‘T. ‘L I. “. ’ V _r' ‘ T, “ L». .-log Wt “'_‘§ yr, »-§ ,8!‘ . ip , ,_. _ . §' _~ ~. iL. e— 3‘ _ 7*; . j .9 I. " ‘ N ' ‘ v . ‘ ’/ r: ' , , ‘A
  31. l have often seen this in the courtroom when I work as a consultant for attornegs. i can T‘ alwags tell when someones é testimong has hit a nerve “T with the defendant, when I 2‘ see his or her hand covering I the front of his/ her throat ‘I’ DR. lllllAN GLASS .2‘? ’ Behavioral analyst and body language expert who has worlied with the FBI on unmasliing signals of deception.
  32. « .9 THE BREATHING 6 A liar tends to breathe faster, displaging a series of short breaths followed bg one deep breath.
  33. this is likelg because theg are their bOdlg ThYOVgh stress, which causes the heart TO beat faster and the lungs TO demand more air.
  34. We cross OW arms when we want TO take a defensive posture. /, l .47 . ’. A r[ C / "W ~ . -.: _ r _ 2 _ t‘ ’ V _. I‘ ‘ I . . " V . . , _ l T . ‘~_' ' , ‘ ‘ . . . i l |
  35. We cross OW arms when we want TO take a defensive posture. /, there, afraid that he will leak clues to his deception bg using A liar might lock them in place ‘F ti; 1. . f;/ T ; =«~¢fi 7 “ Tl unnatural hand gestures. ~- : ‘" . .)
  36. The crossed-arms stance is the polar opposite of the open, palms—out stance that is considered to be the most welcoming, truthful position. I’ "_. i’-" / ‘I’ ‘T-. “ I I t. _ / / ,{ / ~ / ,1 J‘ I’ " ' ‘ I’ N ‘ i ’ I ‘ I l, i , v ' I I l l '/ , ' 4 I i T l ’ -.7 l f ' it l l l’ 1‘ ' T g I ‘X p l I / ’ ' I (2 / V > l W I x’. ’ : _; I x I I x‘ ‘D d/ l . ,2
  37. The crossed-arms stance is the polar opposite of the open, palms—out stance that is considered to be the most welcoming, truthful position. - *. ‘“"o ~ J” “"5 ‘ s I, ’ , .; I I, ’ / ‘,} C! [I _v 5‘ II ll ‘ i ' ’ ‘ I l, ~ ll ‘ ~ - - - g ’ ‘ , i . ‘ i l I T ' ~, I I T T l / ‘ I - T T‘ pl/ '4/‘l I A ’ '4 I I j I ‘~ it »‘ j l I I I ' I ‘I2’ , ‘. > l W I <1; I’ V’) / J l I J I’ "—-nfifi-’ ~ 4£’¢-’ lf gou are dealing with someone whose arms are crossed, be prepared for a negative or unwelcoming reaction, whether gou suspect deception or not
  38. The hands are one of the most expressive parts of the bodg. we use our hands to accent and emphasize speech, in gestures known as "illustrators. "
  39. 7 ~. i be on the lookout for people who dont use their hands to accent or embellish the telling of a storg—it mag be a sign that theg arent fullg invested in what theg are saging. , /4*
  40. other red I L flags: exaggerated gestures about the actual size or placement of something, unnatural movements that dont fit in the baseline profile, and clenched fists or folded palms, both of which indicate restraint
  41. Also, when a liar becomes hostile OY defensive, he is attempting TO turn the tables on lgOU. l'_ T l - Ti : T}? I. ¥-'-735?’ -/ " ‘s - T, .‘, T*j_“ ‘ ‘T<~. .T T 5*‘ A — a——. —i—_. _.. .
  42. Also, when a liar becomes hostile OT defensive, he is attempting TO turn the tables on | gOl/ . s “. ::«: >: , x x »—-2:: i'. T “ / KT ' ‘ sf" «:1 ; the liar will get hostile because he it; is angrg that gou've discovered V it his lies, which mag result in a lot ‘ ' of pointing
  43. its common knowledge that i_ people fidget when theg get nervous, but gou should also watch out for people who are not moving at all
  44. 90 when lgOV encounter someone WhO is awkwardlg STTTT in conversation, be on guard
  45. Liars will freeze up as a wag to prevent "leaking" ang emotive gestures.
  46. Lasttg. liars tend to shuffle their feet
  47. Lasttg. liars tend to shuffle their feet shuffling feet tells gou that the potential liar is uncomfortable and nervous.
  48. lT also shows lgOll that he OY she wants TO leave the situation, theg want TO walk awag.
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  50. REMINDER! For accurate interpretations, as gou go on to decipher others" bodg language, do remember to keep the in mind I
  51. REMINDER! For accurate interpretations, as gou go on to decipher others" bodg language, do remember to keep the in mind I CLUSTERS
  52. REMINDER! For accurate interpretations, as gou go on to decipher others" bodg language, do remember to keep the in mind . CLUSTERS CONGRUENCE
  53. REMINDER! For accurate interpretations, as gou go on to decipher others" bodg language, do remember to keep the in mind . CLUSTERS CONGRUENCE CONTEXT
  54. so, focus on a wide range of clues.
  55. If gou think thatjust one single gesture is going to give the game awag, gou're just deceiving gourself.
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  57. LEARN MORE ON RELATED TOPIC? CLICK ON ANY OF THE BELOW TO OPEN THE LINK. (NOTE: THE LINKS DON'T SEEM To WORK ON MOBILE DEVICES) DECODING BODY , ,,, _,_, DECODING 1 - ltFi©§§@= BODY BODY LANGUAG E__; _;‘_ IN SOCIAL SE1-riisic’-‘. ‘§= ‘-"‘T" LANGUAGE

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