Scam School: Detect Lies Like “Lie To Me!”
Brian Brushwood with his two-part interview with Professor of Law, Clark Freshman who teaches courses covering, “Emotional Skills and Lie Detection for Negotiators and Lawyers.
Most important points:
- Find the baseline for the person’s behavior and then notice when it changes. Like someone’s voice gets higher unexpectedly.
- Conversation veers in a new direction unexpectedly
- Body language shifts
- Expressions of contempt (feelings of moral superiority, derision, skepticism)
Visit ClarkFreshman.com for more articles on detecting lies.
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