Author Topic: The Real Deal - Where I have Been The Past Week (Fiancé & Taxes) - Jan 7, 2016  (Read 371 times)

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Offline trish



Why did Troy Reid redo his tax returns for 2012, 2013 and 2014?

Was his reported income insufficient to support Melanie in the United States?










































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Offline trish

Liars are extremely generous when it comes to giving you details. They’re trying to con you into believing them by overloading you with details. This shows they’ve put a lot of thought into what they’re going to say and probably even rehearsed it in their head.

Honest people give more succinct answers, because they’re telling the truth and they don’t have to think about it. Each time Troy Reid says UH or UM he's thinking of what next to say.

7 Science-Backed Tips to Tell if Someone is Lying to You
January 28, 2016 | Kelly Tatera

Trained federal agents and behavioral analysts let you in on their secrets.

Anyone who claims to be a good liar probably isn’t really that good of a liar. Afterall, wouldn’t they be insisting that they always tell the truth? Unfortunately, even when it’s someone you know well, it can be difficult to tell when someone is being genuine or totally deceitful.

Luckily, there are some lying experts out there: Dr. Leanne ten Brinke, a forensic psychologist at at the University of California, Berkeley, Dr. Lillian Glass, a behavioral analyst and body language expert who has worked with the FBI on detecting deceptive signals, J.J. Newberry, a federal agent trained in the art of lie detection, and Jenn Berman, a doctorate psychologist in private practice.

According to their research and experiences, here’s what to look for:

3. Too much detail

When someone is giving you extra flowery descriptions, that might be a dead giveaway that the overly elaborate details are actually trying to cover up a lie.

"When you say to someone, 'Oh, where were you?' and they say, 'I went to the store and I needed to get eggs and milk and sugar and I almost hit a dog so I had to go slow,' and on and on, they're giving you too much detail," Berman told WebMD.

Too much unnecessary detail could signify that the individual has already put a lot of thought into how he or she will try to make a lie sound as convincing as possible.

4. The repetition of certain words or phrases

By repeating certain words or phrases during an explanation, for instance, “I didn’t… I didn’t,” people are able to buy themselves time to think of more believable excuses, according to Glass. Plus, they may be trying to validate the lie in their own heads — it’s said that if people lie enough, sometimes they may even begin to believe their own lies.

Read the article at:

http://thescienceexplorer.com/brain-and-body/7-science-backed-tips-tell-if-someone-lying-you
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