How to Read Someone’s Mind? Reading Someone’s Mind to detect liars and deceivers, Tips and Tricks by Hamid Tabaei.
To read into the mind of another person has for a long time been a fantasy and sometimes a vague possibility but In contrast of popular belief, Mind-reading is not a mystery or gimmick, it is a skill that can be learned. (Psychology Trick)
The question is that: Who has never been deceived in his life? thus, there are always good reasons for learning the skill of Reading Someone’s Mind in everyday life. (Psychology Trick)
In addition, if we could reliably read the minds of other people, some drawbacks in our social and moral life could more easily be avoided. Importantly, we could detect liars and cheats, and it is a very crucial matter to assess others and to improve human cooperation. (Psychology Trick)
The best Methods to lie detection: How to Read Someone’s Mind?
We naturally use various means to detect liars and cheats since we know that the behavior of a liar is not quite the same as the behavior of a truth-teller.
lying involves an effort to construct a false hood, which inhibits gestures: During lie-telling, individuals suppress unnecessary body movements. Liars sit still and suppress motor activity because they are cognitively focusing on their stories. (Psychology Trick)
In order to detect a lie, we should have a scanner to see what is happening in the brain, and should be able to see data. This data is obtained using several methods and the two methods most often used are: the Control Question Test (CQT) and the Guilty Knowledge Test (GKT). (Psychology Trick)
Control Question Test (CQT): How to Read Someone’s Mind?
In CQT the subject is asked to answer three kinds of yes or no questions:
1.Relevant questions (“Did you betray me?”)
2.Control questions (“Did you ever steal something?”)
3.Irrelevant questions (“Are you looking for new pen?)
Everybody is expected to react more strongly to control than to relevant questions, except the culprit, because almost everybody has stolen an object in his life, but very few people have betrayed their wives. (Psychology Trick)
In addition, the irrelevant questions are asked to check the emotional arousal of the subject, because they will reveal whether or not he is upset by the procedure; of course, if he is upset, the data obtained will not be reliable. (Psychology Trick)
The conclusion of this method is clear: if the defendant denies having betrayed his wife but reacts more strongly to relevant questions than to control ones, this is a clue that he is lying. (Psychology Trick)