【How to】 Lie Perfectly

Become a Human Lie Detector (Part 1)

Warning: sometimes ignorance is bliss. After gaining this knowledge, you may be hurt 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.

Detecting a lie with a lie

One good technique to make a person admit their lie is to lie to them. For instance, if someone says they were at a restaurant yesterday and you have good reason to believe they’re lying, tell them that the restaurant was closed yesterday.

Tell them confidently that you called up the restaurant yesterday but no one picked. Tell them that after doing that, you tried another number, which happened to be the manager’s number, and he personally told you that they were not doing business that day.

By adding these details, your story will become credible and the liar will be cornered and forced to admit their lie. If they still don’t admit their lie, then they were probably telling the truth and you’ll just end up embarrassing yourself. But hey, anything for wanting to detect lies.

References

  1. Forrest, J. A., & Feldman, R. S. (2000). Detecting deception and judge’s involvement: Lower task involvement leads to better lie detection. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin26(1), 118-125.
  2. Warren, G., Schertler, E., & Bull, P. (2009). Detecting deception from emotional and unemotional cues. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior33(1), 59-69.
  3. Ekman, P. (2009). Telling lies: Clues to deceit in the marketplace, politics, and marriage (revised edition). WW Norton & Company.
Hanan Parvez

Hi, I’m Hanan Parvez (MBA, MA Psychology), founder and author of PsychMechanics. I’ve published one book and authored 300+ articles on this blog (started in 2014) that have garnered over 4 million views. PsychMechanics has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Reader’s Digest, and Entrepreneur. Feel free to contact me if you have a query.

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Are good liars smart?

Children who are good liars ‘are more intelligent and have better memory skills’ Lying children are more intelligent, according to an honest study by scientists. … The results showed dishonest kids are especially adept at keeping track of verbal information, a skill associated with being quick and clever.

What are white lies?

: a lie about a small or unimportant matter that someone tells to avoid hurting another person He told a (little) white lie as his excuse for missing the party.

2When theyre hating on themselves

Yes, the zit they’re obsessing over is huge. Or maybe they don’t look all that great in their engagement photos. LIE. Lie right through your shiny little teeth. People with low self-esteem or body issues are mean enough to themselves. You should support them, tell them that thing they’re going crazy over isn’t a big deal, and maybe give them a heads up that they’re being way rough on themselves.

Step 2: Voice Levels !

If somebody’s speech starts of slow and long and suddenly takes complete shape and makes total sense then that person is lying ! this is portrayed best in my video, but i will explain it here also ! 1 Voice Volume , when i use CAPS LOCK then imagine the volume and speed of the voice is 30% higher : ( i wanted to tell him BUT HE JUST DIDN’T LISTEN TO ME ! ) the lower voice is because in that time he is thinking about the lie and how to shape it and when the CAPS go up then the lie is fluent and complete in his head ready to tell it 2 you ! “In case of a lie , the voice is less fluent at the beginning of a line ”

The science of learning lie detection

This course is not fluffy, vague concepts. This is a science-backed system.

I boiled down the science of lie detection to a 5 step framework anyone can master.

However, I have to be really, really clear here.

Lie detection is not a simple or easy science. It will take serious practice. This course is jam packed. I move fast, I do not repeat myself and you will have to practice to get your accuracy up to 90%.

Our lie detection edge We combine original research with published academic studies from industry leaders. First, we scoured more than 2,000 academic studies looking for the most reliable methods of human lie detection. We then coded hundreds of hours of real people lying to us looking for patterns matching the research. In the course you will get to actually watch real lying video submissions and we will use them to practice the 5 lie detection steps!

Lying myths debunked: Myth #1: If people look to the left, they are lying. Although there is some science about eye direction, which we talk about in the course, it is NOT a reliable form of lie detection. The course will show you more accurate (and easier) ways to spot lies. Myth #2: Liars can’t look you in the eyes.  We often think of liars as shifty in their gaze. However, liars actually look you in the eye more than usual because they want to see if you believe their lie or not. Myth #3: Emails and IMs are filled with lies because it is easier to lie when people can’t see or hear you. We actually lie most on the phone because there’s no paper trail and can’t see the other person’s face.

Yeah…it’s kind of like a superpower We are serious about lie detection, don’t get me wrong—we have tons of science and research. But this course is also FUN. Do you like solving puzzles? Do you adore murder mysteries? Do you love to know about what makes people tick? Then this course will tickle your fancy. I am sure you have heard me say that here at the Science of People: We are allergic to boring! This was a huge factor while building this course. We have games, quizzes and lots of great videos.  But seriously, human lie detection science is cool. It’s a bit nerdy, but it’s nerdy cool.

Microexpression Training Microexpressions are key to spotting lies and reading emotions. A microexpression is a very brief facial expression that shows true emotions. In this training we cover the 7 universal micro expressions that everyone leaks when they feel an emotion. Spotting micro expressions enables you to see more behind people’s words and intentions. Training in microexpressions is like watching the world in High Definition — you never knew what you were missing.

5When they really mess up

Sometimes your friend will make mistakes. Like, do something at work that puts them in a bad spot, or totally botch the improv comedy sketch they’re in, or even just send yet another barrage of ridiculous drunk texts to their ex. If the behavior is serial or hurting them, maybe you speak up. But maybe you also just have their back in the moments that no one else does. They’d do the same for you.

Spoken words

The first thing you should do is check whether what they’re saying is in alignment with their body language. If someone crosses their arms and tells you that they like you, you may find it hard to believe.

Similarly, if a person says something affirmative such as, “Yes, I want to go to the picnic” but their head is shaking side-to-side in a “No”, then they mean the opposite of what they’re saying.

If they say they feel a certain way but show absolutely no sign of the emotion in their facial expressions and body language, then they’re probably lying.

The speed of talking is also important. Liars tend to talk faster in an attempt to ‘get it over with’ as soon as they can. They also tend to speak in a low voice, particularly toward the end of the sentence, again, as an attempt to ‘hide’ from what they’re saying. 

A liar may either reveal no additional details about the lie (because they don’t want to further complicate the lie) or they may give additional, detailed information about the lie (trying extra hard to convince you). This paradox can be resolved by asking yourself, “Did I ask them to give the details?” 

If you did ask them for the details and they didn’t provide you with any but kept repeating what they said, that’s a false flag. If you didn’t ask for any additional details but they did provide extra, unnecessary information, it’s a strong indication of a lie.

Liars may end the conversation abruptly with a lie. This is because lying makes them uncomfortable and they’d rather get away from you, after they’ve dropped the lie bomb on you, than stay engaged with you. 

If you change the topic of conversation, notice if they experience relief. Believe in their lie and tell them that you want to go get something from the other room.

Look at them secretly from the other room and watch if they breathe out a huge sigh of relief or have a wicked smile on their face, glad that they were able to fool you. Paul Eckman, the author of Telling Lies, referred to this happiness of a successful lie as ‘duping delight’.3

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Step 4: In the End !

A good lie always starts out with at least 20% of truth in it and ends in 20% of truth in it , that way the lie can be later cover`d even if the subject is suspicious ! EXAMPLE : Dude i got a fast car , it can go 300/kmph , i got a turbo engine ! – the part “it can go 300/kmph” is a lie if the person later asks dude show me u can go that fast u can twist and say ” no dude i told you i got a fast car and that i got a turbo engine and it might go as fast as 300 ! that way the person will simply think he misunderstood ! There are lots of ways to lie and to detect a lie ! I recommend not 2 since it’s non`ethical and not nice but just in case you do need 2 lie , now you can do it the right way ! I recommend you watch my video for better understanding of all of this ! Thank you for your time ! Happy Lying !

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