Pamela Meyer is an American author, certified fraud examiner, and entrepreneur. Described by Reader’s Digest as “the nation’s best known expert on lying,” Meyer is the author of the book Liespotting: Proven Techniques. Pamela Meyer’s Liespotting links three disciplines–facial recognition training, interrogation training, and a comprehensive survey of research in the field–into a . Liespotting by Pamela Meyer, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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In the end, it appeared to more of a research paper than a book. But Pamela’s book failed to impress me much as her book concentrates on very least amount of specimen, some of which are straight forward, otherwise not enough content support her research. This is the core of the book in a nutshell.
Truth audits in a company are ways of reinforcing positive behavior and dis There was no audible format listed, so I stated this was audio CD, but it was actually Audible. One of the few helpful parts of the book may have been where she talks very briefly about how we are often complicit in being lied to, because people see what they want to see, and liars and scammers prey on people’s vanity and greed and lust – the implication being that maybe the best way to try to avoid being fooled to is simply to get better at setting one’s ego and wishes aside and to train oneself to examine statements as objectively and unemotionally as possible.
When the suicidal patients were asked if they still wanted to take their own lives, most of them revealed very brief looks of disgust or contempt – presumably for either their interviewers or for themselves and the lives they perceived as worthless. Many of the things are described, but it is difficult to know how that actually manifests.
People–friends, family members, work colleagues, salespeople–lie to us all the time. In contrast a deceptive person will talk only in chronological order and get confused when asked to tell it differently change the order A deceptive person will be withdrawn from the conversation A deceptive person will add way too much irrelevant detail A lot of small tells can also show deceptive behaviour — changing blink rate, or putting physical barriers between the asker and themselves, or changing their tone of voice.
Maybe the latter are self-evident and I’m just a bit slow? Audits can confirm truth telling, and discourage weak and inconsistent messages. It’s a useful read for everyone who wants to be surrounded by trustworthy people in both professional and personal lifes.
Giveaways in attitude, when conversing with a deceptive person: Mar 28, Aaron Michaux rated it did not like it. I found it interesting at first, but soon i was trying to flip pages to get more “good stuff” We all are victim to this contagious, never ending malady. Does this automatically turn them into deceptive people at the workplace?
But I it would be pretty cool if it actually worked! Sep 26, Kostas Manowar rated it did not like it. Read more Liespottint less. Proven Techniques to Detect Deception on your Kindle in under a minute.
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Nov 02, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Jay Walker, Founder, Priceline. She has extensive training in advanced interviewing and interrogation techniques, facial micro-expression reading, body language interpretation, statement analysis, and behavior elicitation techniques.
Will I be a lieslotting expert after reading this book? The information provided mixes military, government and intelligence agencies’ interrogation techniques, scientific and academic data mixed with body language and micro-facial recognition to create what Meyer calls the BASIC method, a guide to lie-proof conversations, negotiations, and interviews.
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According to studies by several different researchers, most of us encounter nearly lies a day. Meyer never addresses this crucial aspect of deception spotting. If the book consisted of only the first part and more expanded and thorough I think I might have given the book 4 stars. Why not just put it out there and leave the decision as to appropriate use to the reader? The Wall Street Journal. If you read Malcolm Gladwell, whom the author references early on, you will be underwhelmed with the content.
Meyer also received advanced training in interrogation, microexpression analysis, statement analysis, behavior and body language interpretation, and emotion recognition. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Buy the selected items together This item: There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
People–friends, family members, work colleagues, salespeople–lie to us all the time. Write a transcript of a verbal contract and have others review it. Assign specific duties to the contracted.
Nov 17, Jana rated it really liked it Shelves: Standard Posted by TEDsummaries. We just need to spot the lies that can adversely affect us.
To ask other readers questions about Liespottingplease sign up. If you are a the head of a department, meter, or corporation, you will find the strategies, advice and polices recommended in the book fantastic, sane and sound, it that can be said. Meyer does a spectacular job of walking the reader through different evasion techniques and indicators that an individual might not be communicating honestly.
Mar 19, Therese rated it did not like it Shelves: Use this feeling to explore incongruities. The same basics can be found in other books on the topic despite claims made. I think I’m a pretty sensitive observer and other people’s momentary facial expressions sometimes hit pamelaa like a ton of bricks, but since I often still have no idea what they mean, it yields about as much insight as getting yelled at in a foreign language. Oiespotting are commenting using your Facebook account.