Former FBI Agent Explains How to Detect Lying & Deception | Tradecraft | WIRED
There are a number of myths about detecting deception. Fidgeting, looking away, touching your mouth, all of these things are commonly thought to be practices that indicate deception. Jim Clemente, former Supervisory Special Agent for the FBI, explains why that isn't always the case and how people like him can decipher what these indicators really mean.
Clemente is a retired FBI criminal profiler, and co-host of "Real Crime Profile," a true crime podcast distributed by Wondery.
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