Psychology

How To Tell If Someone Is Lying, And Why We Lie At All

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According to research, people start lying as early as 6 months old. As we grow up, lying stays with us. The reported average amount of lies told per day or week varies widely, but the bottom line maintains that lying and being lied to is a part of our everyday lives. Lying is a universal trait, but why do we do it? And how can we spot a liar in action? Find out through these videos.

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Why Do People Lie?

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The Wrong Way To Spot A Liar

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Why Do Children Tell Lies?

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