This compelling audiobook will change the way you look at people forever. Two well-respected experts examine how to distinguish fact from fiction in a wide range of contexts. Who lies more easily: men or women? Why does anyone lie in the first place? How can you tell? What do you look for?
The Truth About Lies will help you separate fact from fiction. It will help you tell who's lying and who's telling the truth. It will show you how to detect a liar from what people say, how they say it, and from their body language.
From medieval witch-dunking to state-of-the-art truth serums, Andy Shea and Steve Van Aperen use examples from history and from modern-day celebrity cases to spin a tale about lies and lie detection through the ages. They pull apart written and spoken words to explain how lies are so hard to carry off - because our bodies betray us - and, if you know what to look for, how easy lies are to spot.
The Truth About Lies provides compelling insight into why people lie and how to make sure you don't get taken for a ride.
To anyone interested in learning the art of deception this book will seem familiar. In ones quest to learn the language of unconcous behavior you should have as many resources to look into as you can find. This is quite rsiurceful but common to other books in this category.
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