Teach you 8 kinds of lies gestures
An inattentive look, an inadvertent smile, and a small gesture may determine your success or failure-even if this is a ten million yuan business negotiation.
Yes, those tiny body languages that we have ignored have such great magic.
Then let me show you 8 kinds of lies gestures.
Gesture 1: Touch the nose. The gesture to touch the nose is generally to rub several times with your hand on the lower edge of the nose, sometimes even just touch it slightly.
As with covering his mouth, the speaker touching his nose means he is covering up his lies, and the gesture made by the listener indicates that he is skeptical of the speaker’s words.
Scientists from the Foundation for Olfactory and Taste Therapy and Research in Chicago, USA found that when people lie, a chemical known as catecholamine is released, causing the cells in the nasal cavity to swell.
Scientists have also revealed that blood pressure can also rise due to lying.
Increased blood pressure causes the nose to swell, which causes the nerve endings in the nasal cavity to transfer itchy sensations, so people can only replace the rubbing of the nose to ease the symptoms of itching.
American neuroscientists delved into Bill Clinton’s testimony to the jury about the Lewinsky sex scandal, and found that Clinton rarely touched his nose while telling the truth.
But as soon as Clinton lied, his brow inadvertently frowned slightly before the lie came out, and he touched his nose every four minutes, and touched his nose a total of 26 times during the testimony.
However, we must keep in mind that the gesture of touching the nose needs to be interpreted in conjunction with other body language. Sometimes someone does this because of allergies to pollen or the gesture of touching the nose.
Gesture 2: Cover your mouth with your hand and subconsciously cover your mouth, which means that the liar is trying to restrain himself from telling those lies.
Sometimes people cover their mouths with a few fingers or clenched fists, but the meaning is the same.
Some people pretend to cough to cover their mouth covering gestures.
One of the most disturbing gestures for the parable of the meeting to see an audience covering their mouths when shortened, is that they think you may be hiding something.
In this case, you should stop continuous and ask the audience, “Do you have any questions?
Or “I found that some friends are unlikely to be my point, let’s discuss it together.
“Yes, the listener’s merging of crosses on his chest has the same meaning as the gesture of covering his mouth.
Gesture 3: What is normal nose itching? Simple nose itching often causes people to repeatedly rub the nose as a single gesture, and it has nothing to do with the content, frequency and rhythm of the entire conversation.
Gesture 4: Rubbing eyes When a child does not want to see something, he will cover his eyes with his hands.
The brain tries to stop the eyes from seeing, doubting, and unpleasant things, or avoid facing the person who is being deceived, by rubbing the eyes.
Movie actors often use gestures to rub their eyes to show the hypocrisy of characters.
Men often rub their eyes vigorously when they make the gesture that I don’t want to see it; if he tries to cover up a big lie, he is likely to turn his face elsewhere.
In a sense, women usually make the position of rubbing their eyes, and they usually just touch gently under the eyes.
This is because ladies’ style restricts them from making rude gestures, so as to avoid damaging their makeup.
However, like men, women turn their faces to the side when lying to avoid the attention of the listener.
Gesture 5: Scratching the neck The gesture of scratching the neck is to scratch the area of the neck under the earlobe with the index finger (usually the index finger of the hand used to write).
Some evidence we have observed is that each time someone makes this gesture, the index finger usually scratches 5 times.
The index finger exercise rarely participates 5 times or more.
This gesture is a manifestation of doubt and uncertainty, equivalent to the fact that, “I’m not sure if I agree with you.
“When the spoken language alternates with this gesture, the contradiction becomes particularly apparent.
For example, someone says “I understand your feelings very well”, but at the same time he is scratching his neck, then we can conclude that he did not understand.
Gesture 6: Pulling the collar to lie and lie. Sensitive and sensitive faces and correct nerve tissue produce a tickling sensation, so someone has to eliminate this discomfort by rubbing or scratching.
This phenomenon can almost explain why people scratch their necks when they are in doubt, and it can also explain why liars frequently pull their collars when they are concerned about a lie being detected.
This is because once the liar feels suspicious of the obedient person, the increased blood pressure causes the neck to sweat continuously.
When a person feels angry or frustrated, he will also pull the collar away from his neck, so that the cool air will pass into the clothes and cool down the anger in his heart.
When you see someone doing this, you do n’t get in the way of saying to him, “Trouble you, say it again, okay?
Or “If you have something, just say it, okay?””This will make this person who tries to lie show his feet.
Gesture 7: Putting your fingers between your lips and your fingers between your lips is closely related to shortening the age of sucking your mother’s nipples. It is a subconscious desire for a sense of security in your mother’s arms.
People often make this gesture under cognitive stress.
Toddlers wear their thumbs or index fingers in their mouths as a substitute for their mother’s nipples, while adults display their fingers between their lips, or smoke, hold a pipe, hold a pen, bite a spectacle frame, and chew gumWait.
Gesture 8: Scratching the ears To avoid parental scolding, the child will block his ears with two hands. The gesture of scratching the ears is an adult version of this body language.
There are also many variations in the gesture of scratching the ears, including rubbing the back of the contour of the ears, reaching into the ear canal for fingertips, pulling the earlobe, folding the entire auricle forward to cover the ear hole, and so on.
People may also scratch their ears when they feel they have heard enough or want to speak.
Scratching the ears also implies that you are in a state of worry.
Prince Charles often made a gesture of scratching his ears and rubbing his nose as he walked into the room full of guests, or passed the bustling crowd.
These actions showed his nervousness.
However, we have never seen Prince Charles make these gestures in a relatively safe and private car.
But in Italy, scratching the ears is often seen as a sign of femininity, and even as a symbol of homosexuality.