We're actually told the truth more often than we realize, and liars' usual "tells" are red herrings.
We're actually told the truth more often than we realize, and liars' usual "tells" are red herrings. Lies are hard to detect, and you're probably worse at catching them than you think. Psychologically speaking, lies are like needles in haystacks. Human communication relies on cooperation, so most of the things people tell you have to be true most of the time—probably more than you realize.
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Comedian Adam Conover reveals the truth that lie detectors don’t detect lies in a recent clip from his wonderful truTV show Adam Ruins Everything. The clip also features Alison Becker as a hard-nosed detective interrogating Conover.
Paul Ekman shares the truth about lying, including why most of us are terrible at catching liars in the act.