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Verbal cues to detect deception.
Jack Schafer Ph.D.
An individual's ideal can give them meaning for living and purpose to act.
Liars may use "Stopped-Action Words" to give the illusion of truth.
Listening to what people say can provide clues as to whether they like you or not.
Liars elongate or restrict their personal word definitions to introduce relative truth.
Comparing yourself to other people who you think are better, wiser, or more attractive is natural. But it can foster insecurities that can last a lifetime.
Liars often cannot commit to false information and omit the Personal Identifier “I.”
Since introverts and extroverts have different perspectives, they may be predisposed to dislike one another when they first meet.
Identifying the premise of any lie is the quickest way to identify a false premise.
The successful use of humor can increase the status of the person telling a joke.
Take charge of your relationships by consciously regulating these four basic elements.
Judicious skepticism acts as a defense against the Truth Bias.
One word reveals the truth.
Liars must make up facts or modify existing truthful memories to make their stories believable.
Liars must translate present tense information into the past tense to simulate a truthful narrative.
The power of persuasion can be tapped using these 9 simple techniques.
Selfies are snacks for the Me Monster.
Determining a person's veracity is a combination of truthful and deception indecators.
Competing or incompatible opinions have trouble piercing the family network’s ideological wall with outside viewpoints.
When you lie, your eyes will give you away.
Create a visual image that lets your future employer see you performing your job as an existing employee.
The presumptive question gives the illusion that the interviewer possesses more knowledge than he or she actually does.
Follow your dreams with passion and fervor, but have Plan B just in case.
True empathy takes place only when we have something against which we can judge the pain and suffering of others.
Detecting deception through the use of drawings and sketches shows promise as a new cross-cultural technique.
The “power mask” of corruption when stripped away, reveals personal insecurities, a source of unhappiness that must be avoided at all costs.
A cancer diagnosis puts an emotional and physical strain on the patient and his or her family, but the financial strain can be avoided by taking a few preventive steps
The doctor said, "If we had not caught the cancer early, you would have been dead in six months."
This formula for effective communication is easy to remember and can be applied to many business and social situations.
Excuses are not solutions, they are the pathway to destroying business and personal relationships.
When people argue, they deliberately poke and prod in an attempt to stir emotions.
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.