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Learn About Lie Detection from the TV Show "Lie to Me"

Updated on March 31, 2011

Learn Lie Detection from Watching "Lie to Me"

This page introduces you to the science and ethical issues of lie detection through the TV show "Lie to Me"

It's really amazing what you can learn from TV shows.

The unique TV series Lie to Me starring Tim Roth is a interesting blend of suspense drama with a solid basis in behavioral science of lie detection.

Read on to see TV trailers, sciences facts and maybe you'll even learn a thing or two about how to spot when someone is lying to you.

TV Trailer of Fox's TV Series - Lie to Me

Would You Want to Learn How to Spot Lies and Deceit Around You?

Do you really want to know if someone is lying to you?

I guess it depends. What if someone you love is telling you a lie to protect you from a hurtful truth? On the other hand, what if your elected leaders if telling you he was not involve in some scandal and you have some way of knowing the truth.

If you really want to learn this skill or just understand how it works, then there's is not better source than from Dr Paul Ekman, who is what we call a lie detection or deception expert.

Read his two books to learn all about the world beneath the tangled web of half truths, cover ups and outright lies.

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      Aka Professor M 6 years ago

      When I first saw the show I immediately thought of NLP! The Neural Linguistic Programming techniques are clinical and psychological proven. Their use allows practitioners a decided advantage in assessing their subjects as to the veracity of their answers. The body language readings are impressive! Voted this hub up!