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Never Be Lied to Again How to Get the Truth in 5 Minutes or Less in Any Conversation or Situation

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ISBN-10: 0312204280

ISBN-13: 9780312204280

Edition: 2nd 2001 (Revised)

Authors: David J. Lieberman

List price: $18.00
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How many times have you been manipulated or taken advantage of by someone's lies? In a user-friendly format, Lieberman gives readers the tools to determine, with uncanny accuracy, if they are being lied to.
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Book details

List price: $18.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 9/10/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.67" wide x 8.17" long x 0.64" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Introduction: The Process and the Power
What's in This Book and How to Use It
Signs of Deception
Body Language
The Language of the Eyes
The Body Never Lies
The Unconscious Cover-up
The Partial Shrug
Emotional States: Consistency and Contradiction
Timing Is Everything
Contradiction and Consistency
The Emotion Commotion
The Expression Zone
Interpersonal Interactions
The Head Shift
The Posture of a Liar
If She's Headed for the Door ...
If He's Not Touchin', He's Probably Bluffin'
The Finger That Never Points
Roadblocks, Barriers, and Obstacles
What is Said: Actual Verbal Content
Using Your Words to Make His Point
The More He Tries, the More You Should Worry
The Good Old Freudian Slip
I'm Above That Sort of Thing
Silence Is Gold-Plated
An Implied Answer Is No Answer
How Something is Said
Speedy Gonzales
Compensation
Emphasis Makes the Meaning
The Mumbler
Questions and Statements Shouldn't Sound Alike
Psychological Profile
He's Got Cheating on His Mind
The Single Guy
Another Dimension in Lying
Everything Went Perfectly!
Is There Anything You Would Like to Know?
General Indications of Deceit
Whew, I'm Sure Glad That's Over
How Dare You Accuse Me?
Never Believe Anyone Who Says This
I've Got My Answer Down Pat
Can You Repeat the Question, Please?
Sleight of Mouth
Tricky Dicky
Don't Be Ridiculous
We're Out of Stock
The Number Zone
Nervous Nellie
Oh So Clever
The Moral Assumption
Oh, by the Way
Lots of Lies
Wild, Wild, Wild
Becoming a Human Lie Detector
Three Attack-Sequence Primers
Don't Accuse--Allude
Similar Scenario
It's Amazing, Isn't It?
Eleven Attack Sequences
Direct Questioning
Lead and Confine
Time Line Distortion
Direct Assumption/Shot in the Dark
Who, Me?
Outrageous Accusations
Is There a Reason?
Third-Party Confirmation
The Chain Reaction
The Missing Link
Condemn or Concern
Eleven Silver Bullets: How to Get the Truth without Beating it out of Them
If You Think That's Bad, Wait Until You Hear This!
It Was an Accident. Really!
The Boomerang
Truth or Consequences
Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace
Reverse Course
I Hate to Do This, But You Leave Me No Choice
I Guess You're Not Allowed
Higher Authority
The Great Unknown
I Couldn't Care Less
Tactics for Detecting Deceit and Cathering Information in Casual Conversations
General Conversations
Special Occasions
Directing the Conversation
Getting Specific
Let the Truth Be Told
Taking Control
Mind Games
A Strong Defense
Know Thy Enemy
Advanced Techniques
Embedded Commands
4-3-2-1
Unconscious Creations
Disassociation
Eye-Accessing Cues
Anchoring the Truth
Heaven and Hell
The Bridge
Advanced Conversation Stoppers: Trance Phrases
See for Yourself
Psychology on Your Side
Ten Commandments of Human Behavior
Internal Truth Blockers: We Lie Loudest When We Lie to Ourselves
Self-Deception
Opinions, Attitudes, and Beliefs
Don't Let Your Emotions Get the Better of You
External Truth Blockers: Tricks of the Trade
Wow! You're Just Like Me
Beware the Stranger Bearing Gifts
It's Half Price! But Half of What?
Just Do This One Little Thing for Me?
The Bandwagon Effect
A White Lab Coat Doesn't Make Anyone an Expert
Rare Doesn't Always Mean Valuable
A Color Pie Chart Doesn't Make It True
I'm on Your Side
Look at What You're Getting, Not What You're Promised
Well, Can You at Least Do This?
I'll Show You
Conclusion
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