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Pamela Meyer: How to spot a liar

Pamela Meyer: How to spot a liar

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This Tiny Country Thinks Virtual Citizens Will Make It Rich With 1.3 million citizens, Estonia is one of the smallest countries in Europe, but its ambition is to become one of the largest countries in the world. Not one of the largest geographically or even by number of citizens, however. Largest in e-residents, a category of digital affiliation that it hopes will attract people, especially entrepreneurs. Infographic: The Map Of Truth And Deception You’re lied to 10 to 200 times a day, and a stranger will lie to you three times in the first 10 minutes of a conversation. That’s unsettling news, but according to a TED Talk by Pamela Meyer, we only pretend to be against lying. Because obviously, we’re all, to some extent, covertly supporting lies by propagating them. In a sense, we’ve built our whole world around lies, and that’s an idea that’s quite literally mapped out by this visualization of Meyer’s talk, created by Ben Gibson, co-founder and art director of Pop Chart Lab, in collaboration with the team at TED. Click to enlarge.

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-The listener is complicit in every lie -we rehearse our words, but not our actions How to spot a liar: 1. Words -non-contracted denial: formal language -distancing language "that person" -"well to tell you the truth" - qualifying language is discrediting -too much detail -repeating the question 2. Body Laguage -liars freeze uper bodies (not fidgit) -lairs look into the eye more -fake smiles -duping delight (smile in getting away with lie) 3. With others -honest: get angry when accused -honest: will help you brainstorm culprits, will say strong punishment -liars - too much detail, chronological stories by lightknight Oct 11

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