It is easy to detect whether a person is lying or telling the truth. The majority of our communication is conducted by non- verbal components, this includes body language and tone of the voice. There are few steps through which we can detect a lie.
Check for hand gestures if the hands are in the pockets, palm displays, and fists clenched. In these three hand gestures, we will get to know if the person is lying or telling the truth. Watch eye movements differs from the right or left eye. The right eye tells that thinking visually about something that happened, thinking about something they heard, and talking to themselves. The middle one tells that deliberate eye contact is an indicator of a liar trying to seem sincere, straight-ahead with a haze is an indicator of thinking of something that happened visually. The left eye shows that constructing a lie visually, constructing a lie orally, and thinking about something they did.
Look at the gestures towards the face shows that a person who is lying more likely to cover their mouth with their hand or place the sides near the mouth, almost as if to hide the lies coming forth. People also tend to touch their nose a great deal more when lying
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Listen for vocal indicators is when talking in a higher pitch, quavering tone, going on the offensive, talking faster or slower, deflecting questions, using
tactic, repeating sentences,
stammering, exaggerating details, and telling too many features. Overall, body language can be assessed by the
few indicators that a person is lying. Some signs are sweating, trembling,
blushing, difficulty swallowing, gulping, nodding in opposition, clearing one's
throat, and leaning away. staling
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