Pamela Meyer is an American author, certified fraud examiner, and entrepreneur. Described by Reader’s Digest as “the nation’s best known expert on lying,” Meyer is the author of the book Liespotting: Proven Techniques. Pamela Meyer’s Liespotting links three disciplines–facial recognition training, interrogation training, and a comprehensive survey of research in the field–into a . Liespotting by Pamela Meyer, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Awareness of the signals makes you discover more about your surrounding environments and relentless seek truthfulness when using the right framework for negotiation.
I don’t have much more to add, book has been out for several years, and others Rob Freund liepotting a good example have written far better reviews that cover most of what I thought of this book.
A person occasionally using substances would have their pupils dilated, no? I know, I’m exaggerating a bit, but not by much.
Appendix II is a test to check if our lie spotting skills are tuned; the solution to the questions are in the author’s book website The book is very good, well written, and clear to understand. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Back cover copy Learn communication secrets previously known only to a handful of scientists, interrogators and intelligence specialists.
The last 3rd of the book deals with detecting fraud and lies from employees in big corporations, which I ignored due to the corporate lingo and lack of interest.
There are lots of interesting things in this book, and if you are involved in business transactions, it would be helpful to know this stuff. By learning to spot lies, you are telling the world that you will not be part of the lie — that your world is a truthful one. I am disappointed that Meyer puts herself forward as an expert but she never displays skepticism about her special knowledge, or provide alternative viewpoints. If I’m on my way to the store to buy a magazine, even, and somebody asks me where I’m going, I’m liable to say I’m going to the opera.
But the book emphasizes establishing a baseline set of behaviors for individuals, to account for such things, as well as for people who tend to fidget, etc. A lot of small tells can also show deceptive behaviour — changing blink rate, or putting physical barriers between the asker and themselves, or changing their tone of voice.
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I thought this book was a very good liedpotting and also informative.
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Mar 18, Aman Mittal rated it it was ok Shelves: Liespottijg Press first published Write a transcript of a verbal contract and have others review it. The book works great for lavatory reading and should be placed on the tank lid for easy access. An interview with Pamela Meyer”. To me the best thing about this portion of the book is the clarity and gradation of the material. If pamelz puts a lot of detail in a story, in one part of the book that’s a sign they’re lying, while in another part of the book it’s a sign of telling the truth.
Sep 26, Kostas Manowar rated it did not like it. Standard Posted by TEDsummaries.
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Views Read Edit View history. I guess I’ll keep on looking for a book that digs deeper going to try Ekman and Darwin after this. Nov 02, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Refresh and try again. I was more interested in the First half of the book is about lie detection, pure and simple. Truth 2 We are against lying… and covertly for it Lying can manifest as corporate fraud, which costs nearly a trillion dollars a year in the US, or it can betray national secrets.
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