Cognitive Daily recently posted some research that may give us an easier way to improve our ability to tell when other people are lying to us:
But what if there was a shortcut in sniffing out a lie, relying on our own instinctual behavior? Would it be possible to improve the lie-detecting abilities of ordinary people without all that training? A team led by Mariëlle Stel had a hunch that our tendency to mimic the physical and facial expressions of the people we are speaking to might help us to tell when they are lying.
It isn’t what you are probably thinking. I think you’ll be surprised. Check it out:
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