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1. Watch the promo on Basic emotions. Complete the notes with the basic emotion it portrays.

Pamela Meyer: How to spot a liar On a given day, studies show that you may be lied to anywhere from _____________ to
_____________ times. Now granted, many of those are _____________. But in another
2. Who or what are lie spotters? study, it showed that strangers lied _____________ times within the first _____________
minutes of meeting each other. (Laughter) Now when we first hear this data, we recoil. We
can't believe how prevalent lying is. We're essentially against lying. But if you look more
closely, the plot actually thickens. We lie more to _____________ than we lie to
_____________. _____________ lie more than _____________. Men lie _____________
times more about _____________ than they do other people. Women lie more to
3. Explain the following truths about lying. _____________ other people. If you're an average married couple, you're going to lie to your
spouse in _____________ out of every _____________ interactions. Now you may think
A. Lying is a cooperative act
that's bad. It you're unmarried, that number drops to _____________.

4. How do they lie according to the age?


A. Babies:
B. not all lies are harmful
B. One year old:

C. Two years old:

D. Five years old:

C. There are times when we are unwilling participants of lying. E. Nine years old:

F. College:

G: Adulthood:

D. Everyone is willing to give you something. They're ready to give you something for 5. Make notes about these patterns of deception:
whatever it is they're hungry for."
1. Verbal dodging




E. We are against lying and covertly for it.
2. Body language slipping




3. Listen and complete with the missing figures or ideas.
6. Finding the hot spots.

A. How do you know when someone is honest or deceptive?

B. What is known as duping delight?

C. What happens when anger turns into contempt?

D. Name some red flag behaviors of deception

E. How is lie spotting technology different from human lie spotters?