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 detectors often make the mistake of overemphasizing nonverbal cues, neglecting intrapersonal variations (how a person acts when they are telling the truth versus when they are telling a lie) and being overly confident in their lie detection skills.
Lying can be more cognitively demanding than truth-telling because it requires more brainpower to come up with a lie and keep track of it (e.g., who was told what) than it does to tell the truth. Imposing cognitive load on interviewees by asking them to recall the events in reverse order may also be useful in weeding out liars from those telling the truth. Lie detection is difficult but it can be taught. With the right tools and training you can be an expert at detecting deception. Our classes are guaranteed to get you detecting lies in no time. These skills come with many benefits from increasing your status at work to creating a whole new career for yourself. Our state of the art software is just what you need to start off on the right foot and our ongoing support will give you the confidence you need.