Dating body language video
Scratching and rubbing their nose is common in liars, but don't accuse all nose-rubbers of being liars!If you believe someone is lying, change the subject quickly and watch their reactions.Any spoken words during and immediately after the lie will come harder, and there may be more than normal mispronunciations and stutters.
This heightened tension may cause the eyes to increase blink rate also.
They want to distance themselves from the untrue tale they want you to believe. They hope you will accept as true everything related to whatever incident they are telling you.
Part of liars' strategy is to use lots of "fluff" words that offer little detail but seem to add something to their tale.
The Evolutionary Roots of Deception and the Unconscious Mind" is a fascinating book about this subject of lying.
The author, David Livingstone Smith, believes that lying (and other deceptive traits as well) are deeply embedded in our subconscious as a result of evolution.