Become a Master Human Lie Detector Premium class
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Become a human 22:41
3 detect lies through microexpressions3:36
4 detect lies through body language7:44
5 detect lies through the verbal language6:57
6 the method to make good a job interview6:02
7 detecting lies in a relationship6:14
8 detecting lies by interrogation technique5:22
9 detect lies by whatsapp2:37
10 Caution with lie detection techniques2:43
About This Class
Do you know when someone is lying to you?
Did you know that 93% of people regularly lie in their day-to-day life?
Have you ever been burned by somebody because they told you an outright lie?
The GOOD NEWS is Lying has been learned, so we can now unlearn it :)
This course will teach the methods and skills so you know when the other person is lying.
After gaining this knowledge, you may become extra aware when it is obvious that someone is lying to you. The following deception detection techniques are used by police, forensic psychologists, security experts and other investigators.
Noticing the signals that people send out with their body language is a very useful social skill. Some of us can read it naturally and some of us are notoriously oblivious. Fortunately, with a little extra attentiveness, you can learn the art to read body language, and with enough practice it can become second nature.
One of the most interesting topics within this course is decoding the eye movements. You will be able to interpret exactly what a person is thinking while in conversation with them. Now-a-days we are mostly dependent on whatsapp or email for day-to-day conversation. And this course will help you know the truth in such scenarios as well. This will help you to improve in the workplace, as you become aware when the other person is lying.
You do not need any prior knowledge. We firmly believe that you can become a human lie detector at the end of this course.
Luis is a psychologist and anthropologist. He has spent much of his career studying the meaning of verbal and body language. In this, his admiration for the study of lie detection. He has participated in numerous studies on behavioral psychology. In particular, in 2008, he participated as a technician in the study of lie detection in pairs, at a university in Germany. As an anthropologist, has conducted fieldwork on social relations in countries like Syria and Pakistan. He currently gives lectures on psychology in the United states. He has been interviewed by various blogs and journals.