Category Archives: Nonverbal Tips

What is the Brokaw Hazard?

When Tom Brokaw was the interviewer on NBC TV’s “Today Show,” he described how he detected deception; “Most of the clues I get from people are verbal, not physical. I don’t look at a person’s face for signs that he … Continue reading

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Sociopath vs Psychopath

A sociopath is someone who is affected with a personality disorder marked by antisocial behaviour. A psychopath is a person with an antisocial personality disorder, manifested in aggressive, perverted, criminal, or amoral behaviour without empathy or remorse. (Ted Bundy pictured) … Continue reading

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Did You Know? #47 You’re More Honest When Tired

How many arguments have YOU had late at night? Did you know? People are more honest when physically tired. This is why people confess things during late night conversations. #didyouknow http://www.StuDunn.com/course Instagram Facebook Twitter Website YouTube

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What is the Ostrich Effect?

The Ostrich Effect is when people aren’t motivated to believe negative information (e.g. deception, risky financial situations) as it isn’t in their best interests to do so – or it’s avoiding the fear of psychological “discomfort”. This is how some … Continue reading

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Duping Delight

Duping delight is when a liar is secretly extremely pleased that their lie is being believed, and their delight leaks through in the form of suppressed smiling. Duping delight can be difficult to notice. To me duping delight comes across … Continue reading

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