In daily life, both in and out of law enforcement, it is good to know when someone is being truthful when you are interacting with him so that you know how to form an appropriate opinion of the situation.
Truths about Lying
Lying in the video is measured to be a cooperative act between two or more parties. For instance, a lie has no influence at all by its mere utterance, but when someone else agrees to accept the lie as the truth, its power emerges. For the sake of social dignity, many people are considered to be the willing participants of deception. For example, most persons are willing to give out anything in order to get what they are hungry for. Thus, we should always know what we are hungry for so that we cannot be deceived.
On the other hand, lying from the video is portrayed to be complex. It is described to be woven into the fabric of our business and daily lives. This has made it an element of our culture and history since it is used usually to seal the missing gaps in their lives. Although we are against lying, we are crafty in it in habits that our society has allowed for centuries. Researchers consider lying to have undergone evolution as the species becomes more intelligent, the neocortex bcomes larger; making it more likely to be deceptive.
I agree with the truth that lying is complex. In the modern world, speaking falsely has been interwoven in our day-to-day lives. It has turned out to be the part of us, and we use it in an attempt to bridge the gap missing in our existence, connect our fantasies, and to connect to our wishes about how we wish we could be. Likewise, I consider lying to be less of cooperative acts in other cases. For example, ones can never know whether they are in the course of being lied to as they agitate for what they are hungry for.
Patterns of Lies Spotting
There are various ways to spot a lie; for example, liars tend to say less, distance themselves from lies, mostly never forget, and an individual will have hesitation and pauses while lying. The use of body language, as shown in the video, is the key to understanding and spotting lies. In other cases, studies have shown that people who are resolute in their refutation will resort to reserved rather than informal language. Such body language as chattering with fingertips, freezing the upper bodies, and duped smiles are the common features when an individual is lying.
The other signs of deception include: shift of the blink rate, pointing of the feet towards the exit, placement of object barriers between themselves and the person interviewing them, and alteration of the vocal tone. Attitude of an individual should also be considered: the most honest people will be more cooperative and enthusiastic in the process of the conversations while deceptive persons will not. When such clusters of signals occur, then an individual can be categorized to be lying. As soon as individuals merge the science of recognizing dishonesty with the skill of listening and looking, they can excuse themselves from engaging in a lie.
Through the use of facial expression, the expressions of contempt can be easily identified. It is manifested by one lip corner pulled in and up. The emotion of contempt is unique as it is associated with the moral superiority, and it is the only asymmetrical expression that is hard to recover from. In the presence of contempt, an individual is advised to reconsider the deal.
The video inspires people to pay more attention in most of the conversations and to have a perfect knowledge of situations. For instance, persons twitch and dart their eyes to disclose their intentions through a host of the unintended body signs. Hence, having a baseline of such cues will enable ones to know whether they are being fabricated.