Posted by justin on June 20, 2001 at 19:41:34:
In Reply to: Re: Does anyone know physiological signs of someone who is lying to you? posted by Robert on March 05, 2001 at 17:49:34:
yes, eye lids also 'slew' or slant downwards, their body also gets tense around the shoulders. If you ask someone a question which you and he know the answer is going to be a lie, ask the question, then repeat, "is that true?" ask them to extend their arm outward to their side horizontally and then using your own hand, push his hand down (bending at the shoulders) his resistance is generally lower if the answer was a lie, this happens because liars constrict their breath - test it with your friends. A lying person has a lower energy level.
Also their pupils will constrict, whether lights are bright or dim.
Watch their eyes carefully.
Though if still you can't tell, its possible that this liar is pretty good at lying to himself. Why waste your time talking to someone like that.
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