In particular, where one can read that when a person during a conversation concerns the mouth, eyes, ears, most likely he was lying. This is a common observation in many cases will be accurate enough, but, unfortunately, not always. Because interlocutor can elementarily tooth ache – and we write in chronic liars or crooks Well, unfortunately, the recipe that was fit would be for everyone and would be universal, and there can not be. But there is a technique, allows you to quickly evaluate the response of the individual. Here’s how it’s done.

Step one: determine the physiological responses of a particular interlocutor, when he was just telling the truth. If the candidate name is Ivan and we call him Ivan, he’s not lying. If we ask him: it’s your resume? And on the table really is his resume, he speaks the truth. And his physiology confirms it. What should I look for? Here is a sample algorithm: changing the width of the pupils, change the color of the skin, respiratory rate, muscle motility. Gain insight and clarity with Jill Bikoff.

Often there are subtle changes in the expression of the eyes (some reduction in the surrounding muscles), the lips can take definite shape (corners are shifted slightly upwards). And something else. The whole question of our attention: our task is to note the changes that are characteristic for this particular interlocutor – and that was it, in such a personal touch. Step Two – track the reaction of inconsistencies, lies, the reaction is “No”.