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The truth about lying

17 mins | Aug 7, 2021
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You can’t spot a liar just by looking. Across cultures, people believe that behaviours such as averted gaze, fidgeting and stuttering are telltale examples of deceit. But researchers have found next to no evidence to support this. Jessica Seigel explores how psychologists are zeroing in on methods that might actually work.
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