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Menschen lesen: Sofort Lügner im Gespräch erkennen // Prof. Dr. Jack Nasher

Apr 22, 2022
hello tiring and i think i brought you something beautiful also i don't quite agree i didn't miss you 2 we say yes i did it's fantastic what do these accounting cards say because they actually have a lot with us in switzerland need a brave strip well we lie some thirty forty times a day it depends on what you say if you have a tent how are you doing well thank you then actually it's a lie some let's say 200 times but in any case there are many important lies maybe five six a day and so it's quite useful to unmask them, for of course, there are different situations in which you live in relationships, of course, so you probably don't understand it yourself, but maybe you heard about it from acquaintances or friends and rolled and, of course, you don't want to waste the best of yourself. years with a liar or of course in negotiation situations I am a

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essor of management and organization and actually my main area is negotiations so exposing lies was kind of a hobby and a derivative but also in negotiations , people lie that rafters are mostly leaning on alternatives so you have it you trade with someone or say he when you do. don't do it I have ten others that would and people collect the raisins from different offers and sell them to you as an alternative offer and of course if you are a manager you don't want to be lied to when employees leave the office laughing and thinking about the idiot you thought you didn't want that almost divine gift from dennis a real gift to see the truth and see when someone is lying to you and when they are not and of course in such serious situations in the interrogation scenario my last book and the love have a lot to do with interrogation, but also in everyday life, i started a career as a lawyer in the frankfurt sgericht office at the criminal court, you say wildly next to the judge and actually you were lied to all the time from morning to the evening, it is not about legal niceties, but actually it is always about the question of what or not, usually also in it you have to say something about it and in such interrogation yesterday it is very impo rtante has evaluated murder cases with crypto bremen, for example, and then it really comes down to the question of who were the suspects and in everyday life what they are most relevant is more often if you buy something cell phone contract or from this trusted used car salesman and he wants to know whose card really only grandma drove on Sundays or is it a lease return and I'm often asked by reporters which branch he's in he's actually more involved and its definitely politics or something but its not like that in politics its actually less and less lies that sounds weird but think about it a few years back in the bonner. republic you could still lie very well because no one could control now when merkel is lying it's ten minutes later with a storm on youtube mounted with the truth you could forget guttenberg for example his doctoral thesis came out they invited me to maybrit illner i didn't go there because i felt sorry for him because his doctoral thesis is available as an ebook you can download it it's just a complete transparency where helmut kohl's doctoral thesis was there was a copy missing when the rector wanted to see through this absolute transparency it's actually very very difficult and if you say there are a lot of lies in politics which used to be much worse so look back a few years let's say a few decades a german politician in the broadest sense lied here chamberlin at the munich conference said that the empire German at all.
menschen lesen sofort l gner im gespr ch erkennen prof dr jack nasher
The Czech Republic has no intention of attacking Czechoslovakia. r the war of aggression because I prepared myself but the champion believed hitler and wrote to his sister that same night so hitler is a tough but trustworthy person he would have exposed the truth that world history was completely different better worse no one knows but at least he wouldn't have continued his policy , of course, it is very good to debunk lies is important, very good, but what is the starting position, why are we not good in bed, we are about to, so there are always studies that look at how good people are at debunking pleasure and we're about 50 50 50 54 percent is usually what comes out and we will we're no good why we're so bad who is of course we just don't learn it correctly usually learn through trial and error try to eliminate mistakes try something that works yes like a little child they stand up too go on they fall down again then they stand up she has a little different again and they find Both positions will be at I was there at some point, but not in the blooming ones so you don't get lied to and then someone tells you that five minutes later, I lied. if it is that a few months or years later and you do not remember and that is why judges are one of the few

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essional groups that are even worse at discrediting than the average citizen under 50 because because here ignorance adds to arrogance a deadly mix because they think they are very good because they have been judges for a long time but there is no feedback instance and that is why they have one and now it is the case that in evolution we have to imagine that we have become excellent liars through of evolution because it used to be when they were exposed as lies they were what happened they were killed there were no major penalties no catalog of penalties either life or death they lied you were dead that means today we had to be a damn good lie or your ancestors are sitting in front of me now the descendants of the greatest lies of the last millennia yes you made it when you give yourself one i need a too a so you are great genetically because the others just didn't make it so this combination that we don't learn debunk that we lie brilliantly that's the result we just tried mostly it's a few techniques and it mostly works the good news is that I can get to 90 percent even if that's the best example because I do a lot of seminars and give a lot of lectures and there's hardly anyone who's as talented as I used to measure myself was ridiculously bad so I dealt with him too and now I'm I slavishly adhere to these methods and have become excellent, but I often have students and AND also seminar rooms that are better than me because they still have talent for what I lack but you don't need it to get to 90 percent I have it. position and two steps ahead i see the truth or because i am even interested in lies not to become an expert in lies or a lying pope i dont give a damn here's the lie i want you to tell the truth so i have to see things but to get to the truth how can i spot the lie i'm giving you?
menschen lesen sofort l gner im gespr ch erkennen prof dr jack nasher

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I don't have that much time, so I just want you to give me some techniques, but very effective ones, that will get over it quickly. If you lie, they will probably lead you to fear. fear of flights the child is I don't know what she lost it wasn't one of the first sentences on the way of the children I don't know fear on the way the first word of the children used to be car that's cell phone now interesting but I wasn't like that is the evergreen still is that means we lie first to avoid punishment and with two and a half lies to gain an advantage you wouldn't have gotten otherwise because you point in the wrong direction to lure the kid somewhere else who wants to play with their toy and then install it themselves play twice that means we lie first to get something or not get punished and we are afraid we just won't get it or get punished that's fear number 1 and number 2 is us we are afraid to stand there like a liar the moment the lie passes our lips we are afraid because we are so conditioned that later we will be punished for fear of punishment not only Or the Chinese want to save face, but also the Westerners.
menschen lesen sofort l gner im gespr ch erkennen prof dr jack nasher
I give the example of the two of us together. I was 12 or 13, I was on vacation in Gran Canaria and I bought a slingshot at the market with Will and I present myself like this towards the sea and the slingshot simply increases. what you do in the sling towards the sea at some point must be boring like going in the opposite direction of the hotel but the hotel was really very now i have to say i was actually unlikely to hit it but after ten twelve shots i hit it my mother comes and asks did you break the windows well it wasn't two and a half but my answer was no it wasn't me who felt scared at that moment of course paying out of my meager pocket money five times a week my pocket money was my students at that time moment right now yes that sounds for the duchy or golden year so i know what i like and my number two fear at the moment the lie rolled from my lips with my fear of my mother looking at me with tears imas in the eyes and I think that's why I was nine months pregnant and now I see a field fed in my chest, then I had two types of fear because the e plus the others would be like that and you can see fear they feel it in small we see fear in the facial expression facial expression you can easily deduce that you yourself think of something that scares you and you will see what happens to your face your eyes widen slightly and your mouth pulls back as if the bus is driving in your direction so your face is too, too, too small and those wide eyes I don't want to put it into a microphone today time is too short for that but when you see these wide open eyes and mouth then you see the fear in front of you and it you notice and notice it, the good thing is that we don't have to memorize it because humans are great at seeing if another person is afraid or we haven't done experiments and other people watch the video shows fear yes or no and there people onas were almost 100% accurate without prior education and if you then asked was this fear inappropriate yes or no and they said yes fear and inappropriate fear means a lie and they exposed you almost 90% accurate so fear inappropriate if you now go penn after these words of mine ok ok with that you can already expose a lot of lies it is probably the most important point and of course you can increase this fear even more women are very good at pointing out the dire consequences i stumbled upon the truth i could live with a lie but if it ever comes out then that's all that can also be done on a small scale yes i have a craftsman at my house in munich and he says it's ready by friday and he says no problem and then I say nice because the weekend is oktoberfest it costs a room at the ibis 800 euros without breakfast but it will be ready it's friday and then I'll take a look and ideally I'll start crying at night d he says anything was possible we've never been through before but maybe you'll know at some point but usually he'll show signs that i can't miss anymore and i see this fear that the danger with this technique is if you also increase the fear that also shows innocent fear, that's why there's method number two, my personal favourite, they come across as being great at unloading lies, i.e. they can't say I'm cool, I'm cool, although you can too. that sometimes, that is, when they introduce me and take me to an interrogation or I ask someone about something in the economic field, they often present me as the father of lies and I don't say anything, it's just between us, they say that he does not continue I am not infallible but it suits me very well if others believe that I am infallible I am what happens to the lies because you start to say and the honest one is less scared is that I think he sees that I am unsh I am exactly the opposite, for true, the case when you talk to someone and say that they had to have these meetings with clients, these meetings with employees, but I am very bad with what happens, the liar is less scared now, I think. this idiot is not going to fire me anyway and the innocent person is more scared because he does not see the editor as normal, he does not see that I am innocent if so excellent my mother exposed me again at the time because she always said that I always see writing on your forehead if you are telling the truth or not and i was believed and of course when i was wrong i was more scared and actually exposed what is the second emotion you feel when you or someone knows lies yes i have heard how much guilt you feel guilty when so not you lie to someone when i slip a pack of gum in the infirmary so sc maybe i'm not feeling nice then i want if she's afraid of getting caught it might be embarrassing but if i lie to a woman or my girlfriend or even to both, naturally I feel good, that means the closer I am to someone the more or stronger the feeling of guilt innocence is so nice because you could recognize it very easily on total tv at stefan raab am bären experiment done a few weeks ago someone in the band stole something from my wallet but i didn't know who the audience guessed and they just paid close attention to guilt and signs of fear and even with an organized game like this people still see each other guilty ID Guilt looks like pain that's interesting there are 40 muscles we have 10,000 facial expressions but the pain is almost our fault directly I'm going to show that it was already in the corners of the mouth on the way to the final method actor I think you see something that saddens me I stare into space a lot and the corners of my mouth fall away that's easy enough butThink about it when you ask someone, ask your partner how he was yesterday but with the boys and he always looks sad, can I show you maybe the best known? for the last century you can say he's a god the motto of the sessions get back to work you have to look at it now the words are actually relatively irrelevant the words by the way should never be particularly guided by them i just stopped and you see this sad a facial expression occasionally it does not reach one hundred percent but above all to see it at the end and there it looks like paul ekman the great psychologist says that it looks like a child who was caught with his hand in the cookie jar and above all remember it's about proper politicians or something they say their little joke and then they think they won't see them afterwards as soon as they turn around like a bad actor walking off stage limping she likes to party then walking back off stage now look at him, his face falls off and i like clips like that because back in the day you know how he was yeah i can even facial expression not so sad and another little bonus barely me or my lies much less tell and o o my court reports that the police in Saxony are actually told have been trained they also say that a thief does not say that I did not steal it but who would accept something like that?
menschen lesen sofort l gner im gespr ch erkennen prof dr jack nasher
Why should you bother with something like that? Point two is behavior control. You see behavior control when I talk to you now and tell you something. For my circumstances I move around a lot and I pay attention especially to her, I also think that if ok he has that, more men have it than women who look at her very closely but if I don't look at her it's because I'm very obsessed with myself, that is, when I lie when I lie I take care I think about how I stay there maybe not like that I prefer not to vomit and that's why n being a liar is like the most famous lie of all time, that is, we don't have the nose of Pinocchio, which, on the one hand , it's a shame, on the other hand, it's good for me, otherwise my book would be relatively short, yes please. watch your nose and my lecture too but we have something else viz physical features stiff stiff body language we barely move you notice it very very clearly in people who lie on tv they wouldn't have that often If things only played out for us.
I can see that someone is very lively and suddenly becomes very very strong and the same by the way also in terms of language imagine last night at the cinema as with the movie yes you can say in three sentences how was the evening yes very beautiful thank you very much a very bad liar I did business with her and there was very little detail in the content without complications and it is told strictly chronologically if I tell the truth if it is true I will say where we also have a cinema we were too late if you bumped into me popcorn stuck to my coca cola pants stuck fight started I woke up in the hospital I woke up not in love I ran away pregnant and that's because you have them, I don't know, but that would be the truth, in other words, behavior control makes us very strong and that's why you can see it pretty well let me show you someone who lies once and is unbelievably rigid and then tells the truth and looks like someone else otherwise this test is the imino sealed under notarial supervision and will be delivered to the institute of forensic medicine in cologne today I do this because I have an absolutely clear conscience we have clearly and openly admitted that I came into contact with drugs I took cocaine the hair analysis that I have you have to say that after that it was a mistake you also presented me differently you see you felt it l that he is a completely different person and now i would like to say something very briefly about finding the truth what is the next step and i would like to give you two techniques together heaven or hell and amnesty morals go hand in hand if you think they are opposites then you must not make mistakes you have to give it a chance now as i would have to build a golden bridge first i have to tell you now there are two alternatives heaven hell or you tell the truth and whoever now takes the beautiful golden path of truth the path of truth and everything will be alright btw most of those who they are in prison they thought they would end up in heaven because it sounded so tempting at the time to go the right way, for very few it is enough to admit everything and then they are not allowed to tell your pig you lying dog how you can just but they have to say hey, I would have done it the same way now, but everyone did it that way and that's what you call moral amnesty and briefly in a story I was once a student we were in a cafe we ​​left 20 marks per person there we ate drank and then we had a pernod jug and this pernod jug because we thought hey, we ate a lot here then the waiter came and said pigs or something like that and said that is that a huge mess it gets noisy and so on and we wanted to return it but we couldn't if we didn't want to because That blames her for the fact that we stole them, but for the fact that we didn't return them, she would have said, "Hey people, we ran away from here, but you have a wholesale order to get one, so a moral would have gave lol i also had five of them at home with me got and that's very important i've always re-photographed this charging jug because i can't do anything with it i've never been there the rush of fashion signals this jug and when you combine that , you say at the end if you believe, so it says it fits two options, hair or b, and you know what would have done the same thing instead and if you do? ladies and gentlemen, then you will see the truth, sincerely, thank you

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