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Learn to detect lies

Illustration showing the difference between a forced smile and a true smileWould you like to learn the art of detecting lies? WikiHow has a tutorial designed to do just that. Here is an example:

Notice the person’s eye movements. Someone who is lying will be more reluctant than usual to make direct eye contact. Liars also tend to blink more often. A typical right-handed person tends to look towards his right when remembering something that actually happened and towards their left when they’re making something up.
Check out the following link to learn more.

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