Deception Tips Podcast

Deception Tips Podcast

Learn How To Detect Deception With The Deception Tips Podcast By Spencer Coffman... Show More

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December 19, 2019


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Deception Tip 101:Learn to recognize the signs of deception and remember to watch for clusters of behavior. Liars always display more than one sign.
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Deception Tip 100:Liars try to sound smarter, and more credible, than they actually are. Trip them up by using their own jargon against them.
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Deception Tip 99:It can be helpful to agree with liars on little things. If they think they fooled you, they may let their guard down.
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Deception Tip 98:When dealing with pathological liars, lies will look normal and truths may look like lies. This is because they feel more comfortable telling lies than truths.
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Deception Tip 97:    Keep liars talking by identifying with their feelings then reflecting it back to them with a question.
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Deception Tip 96:Liars often look for approval from others. Watch for signs of social influence such as looking around before giving an answer.
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Deception Tip 95:Take care not to be overconfident in your lie spotting ability. Liars may play on that confidence and use your power against you.
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Deception Tip 94:Pathological liars may not display any leakage because they are so accustomed to lying. What’s more is that their truths may show more leakage than a lie.
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Deception Tip 93:Real memories are recorded using all senses. Whereas lies are mainly visual. Question liars by asking about how something smelled, felt, sounded, tasted, et cetera.
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Deception Tip 92:Offer a way of escape, or a route of less punishment, if they tell you the truth. People are motivated to avoid negative outcomes.
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Deception Tip 91:Ask for information when people are hungry. Hunger can lead to impatience and impulsive responses, which may be more truthful.
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Deception Tip 90:When questioning someone, purposefully get some facts wrong, or diminish their pride. This will tempt them to correct you and reveal their story.
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Deception Tip 89:Liars often forgo the use of regulators, meaning they talk without restraint, interrupt, miss punctuation, and generally disobey the rules of conversation.
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Deception Tip 88:When calling out a lie, ask yourself whether or not the truth really matters in that situation.
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Deception Tip 87:Display rules are taught and can produce harmless lies compared to malicious lies. Example: receiving an unwanted present.
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Deception Tip 86:Remember conceal and falsify. Emotions are harder to falsify and easier to conceal. Whereas, body language is harder to conceal and easier to falsify.
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Deception Tip :85Blushing means that something uncomfortable, or private, has been revealed about someone. It doesn’t always indicate deception.
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Deception Tip 84:Always try to use language that relates to the person with whom you are speaking. They will be more apt to tell you the truth if they believe they relate to you.
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Deception Tip 83:Be precise in your questioning. Liars love to find loopholes and hidden meanings in your questions.
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