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How to Catch a Liar

How do he talk?Although the voice changes to a tip-to fraud, experts say that for sure, you also need to give attention to a speech rate and breathing patterns - where either speed up or slow down, it is likely you will not hear all the truth.

The Way He Saying
Liars tend to avoid the word exclusively as "I," "or," "except," and "temporary" because they have difficulty with complex thinking processes. Liars tend not to use the words "I," "I," and "mine." In their efforts to keep themselves psychologically from their stories high, liars tend to communicate using a personal pronoun fewer.

Is his face giving it away?
You may think disguising your true feelings is easily accomplished with the help of a smile, but the expressions that flash across your face will give away what you're really thinking -- whether you know it or not. Experts advise paying close attention to the micro-expressions that a face can't hide. These clues are often so difficult to detect that even trained experts have trouble discerning them.

How is the person smiling?
A smile can sometimes mask a person's true feelings. Pay close attention to how a person smiles as well as other facial movements. You may be able to detect the emotions he or she is trying to hide -- such as fear, anger, and disgust. A true smile will incorporate both a person's lips and eyes.
 
Does the body language follow the story?
It's more important to examine a person's entire demeanor, as there's no one feature that's apt to give away a liar. Honesty is characterized by features that are in sync with one another -- so besides posture, note the fit between face, body, voice, and speech.

Is your subject behaving uncharacteristically?
Experts believe changes in a person's baseline -- how she generally conducts herself -- are worthy of your attention. You should weigh rate of speech, tone of voice, posture, and hand gestures against what you know, along with the context of the situation.

Are the questions easy or embarrassing?It's normal for a person to turn when submitting a difficult question. But when a person prevent you viewing when asked simple questions, you should be suspicious.