Lie to Me
About Lie to Me
Lie to Me

Lie to Me is was a popular crime drama television series that ran on the Fox network from January 21, 2009 to January 31, 2011. Based on the work of Dr. Paul Ekman, the series followed Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) and his team of deception experts from The Lightman Group as they assisted law enforcement, government agencies and individual cases through applying psychology and analysis of the five channels of communication, including; interpreting micro expressions, analysis through the Facial Action Coding System, interpreting body language, and statement analysis.

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Verbal Habits of Deceptive People - Verbal Leaks 5: Pronoun Inaccuracies / Inconsistencies. Pronouns that makes a statement personal, as with distancing statements, are often absent in a liar's statement; e.g. "Got up this morning. Went for a run, took a shower and changed. Got to work. Did not even stop to check e-mails." Another way someone might distance themselves through language while answering questions they find threatening is by replacing the pronoun "I" with "you". E.g. "You just don't do that kind of thing," or "You would not want to walk there at night."
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