Category Archives: Evaluating Truthfulness and Credibility

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/ Advertisements

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True Lies #1 in 6 Countries

A huge thank you for the support of True Lies, which has become #1 under the category of detecting deception in Amazon in 6 countries! Excerpt: A man stands between you and your car; arms folded, legs apart, with narrowed … Continue reading

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10 Signs That Someone Is Lying

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Ekman and Friesen’s 1974 Nursing Experiment

In 1974 Ekman & Friesen designed one of psychology’s first non-verbal communication deception experiments where ER nurses were asked to watch positive (such as a happy or uplifting scene) or negative (such as live amputations and burn victims receiving treatment) … Continue reading

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Did Al Assad Lie to Charlie Rose?

“It wasn’t a fair match. Assad and Charlie Rose were playing by different rules. Rose was after a truthful admission of what Assad had done – poison gassing his own people. Assad had no intention of admitting the truth, the … Continue reading

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Detecting Deception at Home

Having Bridget and I both being proficient with detecting deception (and also both FACS certified) keeps our kids honest! We have 3 kids living at home: Callan, Alex and Caitlin. The kids are much more likely to be honest straight … Continue reading

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True Lies is here! Get Your Copy

Announcing, True Lies: A Guide to Reading Faces, Interpreting Body Language and Detecting Deception in the Real World, is now available for purchase through Amazon! Please share, and thank you! 🙂 Stu

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