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Lie to Me S1E04, Love Always

Dr Paul Ekman’s critique of “Lie to Me”, Season 1, Episode 4; “Love Always” “Love Always” – Warnings What Lightman shows is what I first saw in news footage of Hinckley’s face ten seconds before he shot former President Reagan. … Continue reading

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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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Mastering Emotions, with Paul Ekman

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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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The Development of FACS Part 3

The Development of the Facial Action Coding System – Part 3 (of 3). An interview with Paul Ekman conducted by Robert Levenson.

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The Development of FACS Part 2

The Development of the Facial Action Coding System – Part 2 (of 3). An interview with Paul Ekman conducted by Robert Levenson.

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The Development of FACS Part 1

The Development of the Facial Action Coding System – Part 1 (of 3). An interview with Paul Ekman conducted by Robert Levenson.

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Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin was one of the first people known for researching emotion, believing emotions to be biological and universal. Paul Ekman’s studies of universal emotions with Wallace V. Friesen in Papua New Guinea verified that even cultures that have no contact … Continue reading

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