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Why Lie?

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Angela manzo

on 22 July 2013

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Transcript of Why Lie?

Why Lie?
Lying in Children
At what age do kids start lying
What to do?
Why parents lie to their children
Deception for protection
Lie Detection in Children

Can you really detect whether children are lying?
What gender is better at lying?
What are the cues that a child is lying?
Deception Detection
Micro expressions
Body language
Body temperature
FACS (Facial Action Coding System)
Lying in Adults
Speak E.Z.
What did you notice?
Truth or Lie?
A snail can sleep for three years
Lying kids...
Where they learn it from?
Why kids lie?
A duck's quack doesn't echo
What did you notice?
When you lie, the temperature of your nose actually rises, it is known as the “Pinocchio effect”.
President George W. Bush has locked himself out of the oval office 15 times in his presidency.
Mr. Rogers was a sniper in the Vietnam War.
The cigarette lighter was invented before the match.
People who typically have large signatures tend to have high self-esteem
Hello Kitty was originally created as a Japanese
icon for kamikaze pilots.
Lying in Adults
Lying in the workplace
Self protection
Accomplishing individual goals
Companies encourage deception
Fake vs. Real Smile
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