Min blog om lögnare blev uppskattad. Jag blev själv lite fascinerad av att man kan lära sig att avslöja lögnare. Experter på detta är naturligtvis förhörsledare. Men som de också säger, man kan inte misstro alla. Man får finna sig att bli lurad ibland.

Om man nu inte vill finna sig i detta kan läsa vad Newberry, som tränade agenter i hur de kan avslöja lögnare, säger.

When a witness to a shooting sat in front of him and tried to tell him that when she heard gunshots she didn’t look, she just ran — he knew she was lying.

How did Newberry reach this conclusion? The answer is by recognizing telltale signs that a person isn’t being honest, like inconsistencies in a story, behavior that’s different from a person’s norm, or too much detail in an explanation.

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Tip No. 1: Inconsistencies

When the woman he was questioning said she ran and hid after hearing gunshots — without looking — Newberry saw the inconsistency immediately.

Tip No. 2: Ask the Unexpected

Watch them carefully,” says Newberry. ”And then when they don’t expect it, ask them one question that they are not prepared to answer to trip them up.”

Tip No. 3: Gauge Against a Baseline

O’Sullivan, is to gauge their behavior against a baseline. Is a person’s behavior falling away from how they would normally act? If it is, that could mean that something is up.

Tip No. 4: Look for Insincere Emotions

”Most people can’t fake smile,” says O’Sullivan. ”The timing will be wrong, it will be held too long, or it will be blended with other things.

Tip No. 5: Pay Attention to Gut Reactions

”People say, ‘Oh, it was a gut reaction or women’s intuition,

Tip No. 6: Watch for Microexpressions

”A microexpression is a very brief expression, usually about a 25th of a second, that is always a concealed emotion,” says Ekman, PhD, professor emeritus of psychology at the University of California Medical School in San Francisco.

In fact, in less than an hour, the average person can learn to see microexpressions.

Tip No. 7: Look for Contradictions

These contradictions, explains Ekman, can be between the voice and the words, the gesture and the voice, the gesture and the words, or the face and the words.

Tip No. 8: A Sense of Unease

Tip No. 9: Too Much Detail

Too much detail could mean they’ve put a lot of thought into how they’re going to get out of a situation and they’ve crafted a complicated lie as a solution.

Tip No. 10: Don’t Ignore the Truth

”It’s more important to recognize when someone is telling the truth than telling a lie because people can look like they’re lying but be telling truth,” says Newberry.

Extra Tip: Be Trusting

If we take a trusting stance, life is going to be a lot more pleasant but sometimes we are going to be taken in.


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