1. The Art Of Lie Detection

    Liars do not usually give telltale signs that they are being dishonest. Loveland lie detection training discusses some of the common misconceptions about those proficient in the art of deception. Trapping a liar is not always easy. Lies are often embedded in truths and behavioral differences are very small between liars and truth tellers. In addition, some people are very good at lying. Lie detect…Read More

  2. Become A Human Lie Detector

    Have you ever been burned by somebody because they told you an outright lie? It can happen in your business life and personal life. A significant other tells you they love you while they are cheating on you or a client says their business is solvent while they file bankruptcy and you lose all your money. Wouldn’t it be great to avoid situations like these? Based on research by behavioral scienti…Read More

  3. Statement Analysis For Lie Detection

    Statement Analysis is the process of analyzing a person’s words to determine if a subject is being truthful or deceptive. The reason these techniques work is because people’s words will betray them. There are usually several ways you can phrase a statement. People will always word their statement based on all their knowledge. Therefore, their statement may include information they did not inte…Read More

  4. Legal Depositions & Lie Detection

    The identification of lying is difficult and the often intense, complex dynamics of a trial may make lie detection even trickier. Opportunities for deception in law may occur in interviews with witnesses and with clients, in negotiations with colleagues, in witness testimony both in depositions and in court, and during jury selection. In many of the situations lawyers encounter, lying is assumed t…Read More

  5. Lie Detection And Pre-Employment

    The federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act, passed in 1988, virtually outlawed using lie detectors in connection with employment. That law covers all private employers in interstate commerce, which includes just about every private company that uses a computer, the U.S. mail, or a telephone system to send messages to someone in another state. Under the Act, it is illegal for all private compani…Read More

  6. Become A Seasoned Deception Detective

    People have always sought out ways to detect lies. In the middle of the 20th century, the mechanical lie detector was born. It was designed to measure various psychological changes in the body as one spoke. The theory being that certain changes take place when one is burdened with the stress of a lie. How do we know responses are lies? They could all be true. Normally it is hard to detect a lie be…Read More

  7. Expert Lie Detection Training

    Lies are extremely difficult to detect. Research shows the average person gets it right by chance every so often. Part of the reason it is difficult is due to the amount of misinformation floating around. Our lie-detection training can give you the tools you need to become an expert at detecting deception. First, let’s dump the myths! People don’t actually look away or fidget when they are lyi…Read More