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#2 Truth be told

#2 Truth be told

In the second episode we are focusing on the basics of getting to the truth. We talk through baseline assessment, asking the right questions and dealing with reactions. All dressed up in multitude of examples.

📖 Further reading:

* Face asymmetry by Joe Navarro

* “How to spot a liar” - a TED talk by Pamela Meyer

* “Clusters of Nonverbal Behaviors Differ According to Type of Question and Veracity in Investigative Interviews in a Mock Crime Context” research by David Matsumoto & Hyisung C. Hwang

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Let's behave
In school, people told us to behave in class. We think we should act with class yet on our own terms. Our bodies have communicated with one another since the beginning of our existence, and it's high time we all use this knowledge to navigate conflicts, negotiations or understand others (and ourselves) better. Let's behave in a way that expresses what we want to convey.
We tackle lying, social engineering, non-verbal cues through neurobiology, the subconscious mind, linguistics and more. We work as consultants thus many of the stories we tell really happened yet their details were changed.
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Marcin Konkel & Jarek Nuszczyński