Lying With Your Eyes

Earlier this month, I told you about a natural means to measure if someone was lying to you based on listening to their stomach. Apparently, eye movement is another way to detect the presence of a lie.

Although TV shows use obvious visual cues like this all the time to speed through storylines and to clue in an audience, this interesting piece -- based on theories by scientists Richard Bandler and John Grinder -- demonstrates there may be some merit to eye-watching.

This approach focuses on the ability to recall information based on how one's mind processes data and memories and where the eye moves in relation to those actions.

If you're not convinced this technique works, take a few minutes, jot down some quick and easy questions and try it out on a coworker or loved one, as you may be surprised by the results. Strangely enough, this may also explain why so many people you may see playing poker professionally on TV -- another in the litany of good reasons to limit its dire effects on your family -- wear sunglasses.

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