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Tonya Reiman

Most people lie in everyday conversation when they are trying to appear likable and competent, according to a study conducted by University of Massachusetts psychologist Robert S. Feldman and published in the most recent Journal of Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 

The study, published in the journal's June issue, found that 60 percent of people lied at least once during a 10-minute conversation and told an average of two to three lies. 

"People tell a considerable number of lies in everyday conversation. It was a very surprising result. We didn't expect lying to be such a common part of daily life," Feldman said. 

The study also found that lies told by men and women differ in content, though not in quantity. Feldman said the results showed that men do not lie more than women or vice versa, but that men and women lie in different ways. "Women were more likely to lie to make the person they were talking to feel good, while men lied most often to make themselves look better," Feldman said. 

A group of 121 pairs of undergraduate UMass students were recruited to participate in the study. They were told that the purpose of the study was to examine how people interact when they meet someone new. Participants were told they would have a 10-minute conversation with another person. Some participants were told to try to make themselves appear likable. Others were told to appear competent. A third, control group was not directed to present themselves in any particular way. 

Participants were unaware that the session was being videotaped through a hidden camera. At the end of the session, participants were told they had been videotaped and consent was obtained to use the video-recordings for research.

The students were then asked to watch the video of themselves and identify any inaccuracies in what they had said during the conversation. They were encouraged to identify all lies, no matter how big or small. 

Feldman said the students who participated in the study were surprised at their own results. "When they were watching themselves on videotape, people found themselves lying much more than they thought they had," Feldman said. 

The lies the students told varied considerably, according to Feldman. Some were relatively minor, such as agreeing with the person with whom they were speaking that they liked someone when they really did not. Others were more extreme, such as falsely claiming to be the star of a rock band. 

"It's so easy to lie," Feldman said. "We teach our children that honesty is the best policy, but we also tell them it's polite to pretend they like a birthday gift they've been given. Kids get a very mixed message regarding the practical aspects of lying, and it has an impact on how they behave as adults."

Feldman is currently studying how often people lie in job interviews, and plans to expand on the research by studying the types of behaviors people exhibit when they are lying. His previous research has included a study that found the most popular students in school sometimes are the best liars.

BODY LANGUAGE: Learn how to decode and interpret body language.

This is a home program which will allow you to learn at your own pace. Of course, when you are ready to embark upon your educational journey, you have me at your disposal for an entire 4 weeks. Your own body language expert to help with the course.

Nonverbal communication is so important to everyday life and most people overlook it, at least consciously. Once you have the knowledge behind you, you will be able to read people much easier and more confidently. 

During this home study course you will learn how to:

Discover how your facial expressions can change your mood 
Read when someone is attracted to you
Recognize when you are too close or too far away from someone
Know when a person is trying to lie to you
Learn how inner thoughts can leak through body language 
How to stand and sit so people are instantly comfortable with you 
Read the signals of deception 
Manage your emotions and those of others 

This program will teach you everything you need to be in complete control of any conversation or any situation at all times. 

Between 60% and 75% of all of your communication is nonverbal. Learn how to enchant the people you want around you. 

New research out this year tells us that in 1/10 of a second people make judgments about you:

I trust or do not trust this person
This person is attractive or they are not attractive
I will or will not buy from this person. 
I do or do not like this person. 

And here is the bonus section of this program.....I have included a web address where you will find pictures of celebrities, political figures, and sports figures as well as a  CD in which I analyze each picture for you.  You will be able to go picture by picture analyzing all the details of each while I explain the significance of each gesture, each expression, each body position.

You will learn how to make an incredible first impression in just a few short seconds. How? By reading the signals from your conversant. The phrase A Picture Is Worth 1000 Words will take on a new meaning for you. No longer will you wonder about their feelings, whether or not they like you and of course, if they are being honest with you. 

You are going to learn the nuances of reading people quickly and correctly. Tonya will introduce you to what she does when the media calls. 

Come explore some of the photographs of celebrities which she has analyzed for the media. Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck, Bill Clinton, Paris Hilton, Paris Latsis, Scarlett Johansson, Jared Leto, Uma Thurman, Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt and more. 

With each and every photograph you decipher, you become more and more in tune with what reading body language is all about. 

I have made this into a fully packed home study course based on my Body Language Seminar. You will learn everything that companies pay me thousands of dollars to teach them. 

You will receive my 25 page body language workbook, audio's and the complete analysis of several photographs which you will view on a website put together for your eyes only. In addition, you will have email access to me for a full four (4) weeks. Ask me every question you can come up with and I will respond happily and quickly. Order today LINK SOON:

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