It is just about right that I chose to be in this field. It has been a longstanding interest of mine to pursue the field of Psychology.
See things through my eyes and you’ll notice the microexpression that a every face conveys, the language of bodies that each one of us speak, the habits that one has developed over the years. All these are linked to what’s inside of that person; revealing the hidden motives, a giveaway. The face, regardless of how … Continue reading Thoughts About Body Language & Microexpressions
Excerpts taken from the book, “What Every Body Is Saying" by Joe Navarro. 1. EYES “When we like something we see, our pupils dilate; when we don’t, they constrict. We have no conscious control over our pupils, and they respond both to external stimuli (for example, changes in light) and internal stimuli (such as thoughts) … Continue reading Five Things You Should Know About Body Language
Step #5: ConfirmConfirming is not about getting to a definitive “Gotcha!” moment. You may never know the whole truth about the incident you’re investigating. But if you have gotten to Step 5 and you have a strong hunch that your subject is deceiving you, you can ask a number of confirming questions that will allow … Continue reading Five Steps To The Truth: The BASIC Interview Method: Confirm
Step #4: Intuit the GapsThere are several types of gaps to watch for if you suspect that someone is deceiving you.Statement gaps reveal an incongruity between what someone says he was doing and what the facts tell you. If your partner, for example, says he spent the night at work in the office, it’s not unreasonable … Continue reading Five Steps To The Truth: The BASIC Interview Method: Intuit the Gaps