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  • What if your career depended on your deception detection ability?

    Forbes - 03/29/2017

    According to research at Northeastern University, there is one specific cluster of nonverbal cues that proved statistically to be a highly accurate indicator of deception. The four nonverbal signals associated with lying are hand touching, face touching, crossing arms, and leaning away.

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