Here’s how you know when someone’s lying to your face

When someone is lying to you personally, you may be able to see what they're doing.

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  • A study uses motion-capture to assess the physical interaction between a liar and their victim.
  • Liars unconsciously coordinate their movements to their listener.
  • The more difficult the lie, the more the coordination occurs.
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