Category Archives: Body Language

14 April 2014 Expression

What do you think is going on in this image? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below. Want to learn more about reading faces, interpreting body language and detecting deception? Click here to order True … Continue reading

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Reselling or Bulk Purchasing of True Lies

Thank you for your interest in bulk purchasing True Lies; A Guide to Reading Faces, Interpreting Body Language and Detecting Deception in the Real World Recommended Retail Price per Book:          $13.99 USD

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Lie to Me S1E03, A Perfect Score

Dr Paul Ekman’s critique of “Lie to Me”, Season 1, Episode 3; “A Perfect Score” “A Perfect Score” – Comforting Gestures Self-comforting gestures reassure an ill at ease person. Other reasons why a person might be uncomfortable would have to … Continue reading

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Lie to Me S1E02, Moral Waiver

Dr Paul Ekman’s critique of “Lie to Me”, Season 1, Episode 2; “Moral Waiver” “Moral Waiver” – METT Lightman is using METT – our Micro expression Training Tool. Anyone can learn to spot brief signs of concealed emotions. People who have spent … Continue reading

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Paul Ekman’s critique of Lie to Me S1E01

Dr Paul Ekman’s critique of “Lie to Me”, Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot” – Leakage & Emblematic Slips Dr. Lightman showed the law enforcement class how micro expressions helped him find out where this nasty, Nazi-sympathetic, orange-suited, prisoner had planted … Continue reading

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Emblems, Speech Illustrators & Manipulators

Considered by some as the holy grail of non-verbal deception leakage, however emblems, speech illustrators and manipulators can be mostly cultural. Facial expressions are universal, as are body language interpretations. What are not universal are cultural gestures, signs, emblems, etc … Continue reading

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8 January 2014 Expression

What do you think is going on in this image? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below. Click here to find out more about True Lies.

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The Dangers of Interpreting Body Language

“It is important to remember that body language has a sender and a receiver – therefore interpretation of any gestures can be subjective. Interpreting still images lacks the context surrounding the image therefore we can not accurately know what happened … Continue reading

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Alessandro Acquisti: Why privacy matters

“Any personal information can become sensitive information.” – Alessandro Acquisti Read Humintell- Microexpressions, Lying summary here:http://www.humintell.com/2013/11/the-future-of-facial-recognition/

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Successful Sales

Two key ingredients for a successful sale: 1) build rapport, 2) understand the persons motivation, and 3) controlling the close. What else makes a successful sale?

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