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Verbal cues to detect deception.
Jack Schafer Ph.D.
When people argue, they deliberately poke and prod in an attempt to stir emotions.
Liars typically omit the accompanying nonverbal gestures associated with the actions they are describing.
Using empathic statements, empathic presumptives, and empathic conditionals create a win-win.
Perhaps millennials should adapt and not the other way around.
Liars sometimes say and do things that make them look truthful, and truthful people sometimes say and do things that make them look deceptive.
The teaching process is subtle but just as effective as if they had sent their children to formal classes in deception.
Trust can be built on five basic principles.
Garage door openers took away the last vestiges of neighborly contact.
Retailers use a wide variety of psychological strategies to entice shoppers to buy products.
Custom make your smiles to ensure you send the right message.
Eyebrow flash rate determines the difference between a friendly eyebrow flash and a deceptive eyebrow flash.
If you are with an extrovert, expect the unexpected to come out of his or her mouth.
Contrary to what most people think, everything is negotiable.
Subtle cues can differentiate expected good manners and politeness from genuine liking.
It is not uncommon for spouses who have been married for decades to die within hours or days of one another.
The intensity of happiness can only be measured by the intensity of sadness.
Nonverbal cues that signal when rapport has been established are often overlooked.
When you're having important conversations, here's how to be mindful of potential deception.
Couples who share laughter experience more satisfying long-term relationships.
Not all people you digitally communicate with are predators, but all predators use the same communication skills to develop a relationship with you as do sincere people.
Observing a few nonverbal cues instantly lets you know if someone likes you or not.
As long as we are a free people, we will have incidents like the massacre at Orlando.
Police can prevent crime because criminal acts follow predictable sequence of activities.
Throat clearing along with an Adam’s apple jump indicates stress and anxiety.
Forgiveness is not a feeling; forgiveness is an action.
Three Question Management is a simple method to manage people in the workplace, social situations, as well as children at home.
Based what Trump said or, in this case, how he said it, a Trump/Christie ticket is inevitable.
Clear thinking people can accept that Brendan Dassey and Stephen Avery are guilty of the brutal rape and murder of Teresa Halbach.
The “what if game” taken to the logical conclusion would require every person to wear a fire extinguisher in the event that they might spontaneously combust one day.
The little words people use can detect deception
John R. "Jack" Schafer, Ph.D., is a behavioral analyst for the FBI, and is the author of The Like Switch: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Influencing, Attracting, and Winning People Over.