Imagine being able to know what people are really thinking and feeling, or what their words really mean. Imagine being able to use scientifically proven techniques and clues to get to the truth in either your personal or professional life.
Behavior and language are in our DNA. Our brains tell us that we are not supposed to lie. When we do, micro expressions, body gestures, voice/verbiage changes and baseline behaviors are all affected. This is due to a conflict between cognitive thinking and emotional feelings, which causes leakage or clues of deception. Humans are unable to control most of these reactions. With the right training, you can begin to spot the clues of deception or true emotion. These are critical skills to recognize what witnesses, suspects, co-workers or even salesmen are really thinking and feeling. These skills are beneficial in every aspect of your life; whether preventing crime suspects from escaping prosecution, or even averting an act of terror.
• Develop a standard of routine questioning to recognize baseline behaviors.
• Prepare questions which prompt an emotional response.
• Put it all together to recognize deceptive behaviors vs true emotion through micro expressions, body gestures, and the verbiage people choose.