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Interview and Interrogation Techniques: The Truth About Body Language & Deception

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Interview and interrogation techniques training has misrepresented body language and deception for decades. Interviewers along with the rest of the human population have been proven to still be woefully inaccurate at spotting liars by watching for nonverbal cues. Surprisingly the myths about body language cues and deception persist and a broad spectrum of investigators continue to cling to many of the disproved concepts.

According to extensive research as well as civil and criminal court cases, the root cause of the problem may be that these myths about body language and deception are still be perpetuated at some academies, in-service training as well as television, movies, and the media.
This course will expose many of the myths and undercover the facts about body language and deception.




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Interview and Interrogation Techniques:

The Truth About Body Language and Deception.

Myth versus Facts

Stan B. Walters, Instructor

For many years, the predominant focus of interview and interrogation techniques training revolved around the ability to detect deception through observing body language. Regrettably, the notion that body language alone is an infallible indicator of deceit has failed to live up to its lofty reputation.

Despite ongoing advancements, both interviewers and the general population have consistently displayed a striking lack of accuracy when attempting to identify liars based on nonverbal cues. Surprisingly, misconceptions surrounding body language cues and deception persist, with a wide range of investigators stubbornly clinging to outdated concepts that have been thoroughly debunked.

Through extensive research and examination of civil and criminal court cases, it has become evident that the perpetuation of these myths about body language and deception continues in certain academies, in-service training programs, as well as in television, movies, and the media.

This course aims to dismantle many of these myths and shed light on the true facts surrounding body language and deception.

This course is applicable to you if you are in any for the following fields:

  • Law Enforcement
  • Corrections
  • Fire Service
  • Military
  • Intelligence
  • Loss Prevention
  • Risk Management

Your takeaways for this course:

  • You will learn the truth about eye contact.
  • Explore the most common body language deception cue myths.
  • The concept of “like and dislike” reactions.
  • Discover the real the source of body language cues.
  • Learn ways to reduce the time spent on analysis.
  • Find out about the impact cultural, social influence, and personal experiences can have nonverbal cues.

This course is approximately 1 hour long. You will receive a certificate of completion after passing the final quiz.

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