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Trust the speech creation giving lie of

in case of disagreement between words and gestures of your interlocutor to the sight, than hearing more. It is easier to hide the truth or the true attitude towards you by means of words, a mimicry, voice more difficultly by means of other means of communication: gestures, movements, pose.

Probably, each person at least once in life asked himself a question of how to catch the liar or to tell lies so that not to be caught. The fact that for the millennia of existence of a human civilization people invented thousands of ways of deception demonstrates to complexity and versatility of a phenomenon of lie and thought up to it tens of names. Once you open dictionaries, and the quantity of synonyms of the verb “deceive“ can be surprised: to mislead, outwit, fool, carry out, to bypass, outwit, inflate, dupe, to leave with a nose, to cheat, humbug, set a nose, to fool, fool, cheat, fool, to swindle, arrange, deceive, fool, to cheat, lead round, obmishurit, to obshtopat, put, heat, bluff, to confuse or zadurit the head, to cover eyes, to enchant, visit noodles on ears and t. d . The eternal problem of human sincerity became a subject of discussions more than once in art and scientific literature which considered a lie problem from two main positions: morals and actually psychology. In society, as we know, the person should hide true I what inevitably leads to lie. The person lies to follow elementary rules of politeness, or resorts to lie when it is favorable to him. The famous psychologist Zh. Dyupre gives the following definition to lie:“ The lie is psychosociological verbal, or not, the act of suggestion by means of which try, more or less deliberately to seed in mind of another any positive or negative belief which inspiring considers opposite to truth“. Deception of other person, suggestion to it false “beliefs“, according to the point of view of Zh. Dyupre, can be conscious (thought over, intended) and unconscious. The same two types of lie are allocated also by other authors.

Observing

, analyzing, generalizing information, drawing conclusions about honesty of the person, solving, to accept his information for true or false in this situation, people are based on own standards of the truth and lie, sincere and insincere behavior. However not all characteristics of behavior of the lying person are equally indicative and therefore different people with various share of success distinguish lie among that information which is transferred to them by the interlocutor.

the following his words, phrases, answers and features of the speech can indicate

insincerity of the interlocutor (but are not unambiguous proofs of it at all):

the Honest person tries to tell

more and defends the sincerity at expression of doubts in it whereas indifferent, evasive answers to direct questions do not fit into concept of ethic behavior. It:

the Similar behavior is caused by the fact that during conversation it becomes harder and harder for person to lie. If at the same time you find out any circumstances, it is useful to mean that the innocent person:

suspiciousness, mistrust to you can express

At the same time guilty person:

Studying of the mentioned signs of speech behavior of the interlocutor will give you the chance to develop the observation, will allow to fulfill reasonable style of own behavior.

at the same time one of the major practical recommendations is in that in case of disagreement between words and gestures of your interlocutor to trust more the sight, than hearing. Will correspond to truth more all - involuntary gestures, the movements of the person, his mimicry, but not said phrases.

needs to be considered that reliability of the signs transferring the original relation of your partner in communication decreases in the following order: spatial arrangement, pose, voice signals, mimicry, directly statements. In other words, to hide the truth or the true attitude towards you the easiest by means of words, a mimicry, voice and it is the most difficult - by means of other means of communication (gestures, the movements, a pose).