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Liars found to coordinate body movements with the person they are lying to – Phys.org

A team of researchers from Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Lancaster University and the Open University has found that when people lie to someone, they tend to…

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A team of researchers from Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Lancaster University and the Open University has found that when people lie to someone, they tend to mimic that person’s body movements. In their paper published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, the group describes experiments they conducted with college students encouraged to lie.
Much research has been conducted into lying over the yearssocial scientists would like to how people lie and in what circumstances, police would like…

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