Is it true that modern people lie on the averagethree times in ten minutes of conversation? How to react to the fact that lies have penetrated into all spheres of human life? What if I can not recognize a lie by words and voice?
In the book of Paul Ekman you will find exhaustiveanswers to these questions. Remember that hiding a deception is extremely difficult. Universal microexpressions and microsities always betray a liar, regardless of social status and nationality. Learn to notice what others do not see.
The book is addressed to everyone who is interested inexposing lies: politicians and businessmen, doctors and lawyers, psychologists, teachers, managers, housewives, anyone who does not want to become a victim of deception and psychological manipulation in professional and personal life.