Article by Gary Nunn

"Emmanuella Grace, a voice and body language expert, dispels myths about spotting a liar. "Sometimes liars look down and to the left, or avert eye contact. But a well practised liar may not give off these signals."

She says to look out for "micro facial expressions" - but they can occur faster than the mind can process. Combined with the pheromones which might pick up on fear and non-consistent inflections in the voice, she says you should use all this information to "trust how you feel in the moment" if something seems off."

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