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Behavioral Indicators of Deception: Scientific Myths and Realities

A nose scratch, a mouth cover, hand wringing, leg tapping, looking away when answering—over the years, different claims have been made about these and other nonverbal behavior as possible cues to deception. But what’s the truth?
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The Words Matter

While nonverbal behaviors are open to interpretation by observers, the word choice individuals use must have been intentionally picked to express the person’s meaning. By examining the words selected, an interviewer can identify underlying information that needs to be more fully explored.
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