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individuals who are able to spot deception with great accuracy after testing
more than 15,000 people. Eyes for Lies is one of the 50 people.
Eyes kept score on her blog for 7.5 years and had an accuracy rate of 95%
after identifying truth and deception in
before the truth was known by watching media clips. A record comparable to none.
Eyes for Lies is not psychic.
This is a great video. A reporter goes to The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival in Indio, California, and puts a microphone into the faces of attendees and asks them what they think of bands--bands that don't exist--and watch how quickly people lie!
It's hilarious. I bet if we could talk to the reporter, she got the best responses by pushing the microphone up into their face. When she did that, it amped up the pressure and people felt they had to respond, and as you can see many did. I also think there is social pressure on the younger generation to be "in the know" so they winged it wherever they could to be "hip"....just oops, that backfired! What clues are they giving off that they are lying?
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