Visual Lie Detector – Individual Course (English)

Personal Development, Practical Psychology
Visual Lie Detector by Visual SciTech
  • 99 students
  • 22 lessons
  • 2 quizzes
  • 100 hour duration

Different states of deception & how to detect them – Module II

Module Two – Different states of deception & how to detect them.

Hi there!

Do you want to detect liars? Let me tell you first that deception is a psychological art.

Whenever someone tells a lie, trivial changes can be spotted on eyes, expressions and body language.

For an average person like you and me, observing these changes requires extra attention. But let’s give it a try!

In this Course, you are going to learn about the most common emotions, body language and facial expressions of a liar. You should be able to evaluate and detect thru the use of “Checkpoints“.

And of course, “Detecting and confronting a liar is a bonus”!

Why? Because…umm…none wants to be deceived for sure!



Visual Lie Detector Course Summary

Is the combination of science, technology, and the art of personal observation with intuition to figure out who is lying.

Based on the analysis of Microexpressions, Blink and Attention rates, signs, clues, reactions, and indexes.

Key success factors to identify patterns in the interview.

The main evaluation process is an interview with the potential Lyier.

It is critical to establish rapport and a relaxed atmosphere in the first part of the interview, the Diagnose phase to record behavior, used as a baseline or benchmark.


Micro-Expression analysis generates the Emotions Chart – in Module Seven (EIGHT)

Record a Video and Analyze your Mood

Is a “State of the Art” – Visual Intelligence and Human Analytics technology develop under a Scientific process based on 49 facial feature points that are identified in the video analysis, and these points returned results in 6 basic Emotions:

Joy, Surprise, Sadness, Anger, Disgust & Fear.

Blinking & Attention rates will be learned in Module Four 

How many times do you blink? If you are normal like me and the others, you will blink a maximum of 8 times per minute.

When someone lies, the excitement of creating a new event in the brain raises the blinking rate.

So, next time you doubt any of your friend’s impossible story, count the blinking rate!



Eye Movement covered in Module Four

Telling a lie is actually an imaginary context for the liar. At first, he creates the story then some major details and finally adds spice to the story.

As the left part of the human brain is used for imaging in right-hand persons, the liar will definitely move the eyeballs to the left. And, if he doubts, you will see him closing the eyes for long while of the storytelling.

Eyes Movements - Visual-LieDetector.org



That is why expert liars will not close the eyes or look to the left!

EyesLeftUP - Visual-LieDetector.org


Verbal Responses review in Module Five

Detection of a liar is not tough if you have the ears of Sherlock Holmes!

Listen to the story carefully. Does it seem faster for the speaker than his natural speed? Or, is the force high?

Make a note in your mind about these changes. Next time you hear your friend telling his story of going to the graveyard at midnight, just observe the talking speed and force he uses!

You will know his real bravery!



Body Language evaluation in Module Six

Have you ever seen a liar calm and quiet? Well, if you have caught one while deceiving, you may have noticed the excitement in his body!

The most common body language response of a liar is touching the nose frequently. Disgusting, right?

Scratching neck is another cue. Telling a lie causes interior body excitement. That is the reason a liar licks the lip or put fingers in the mouth.

Sometimes the person may cough in the middle of a summer day and sweat in the cold winter.

Do you know what indicates when someone appears with these cues?



Yes, you have caught one!

These are the states of deception. Observe and listen. You will know who is making a castle in the air!


Establish a Behavioral Baseline:

If possible record a video of the conversation for analysis purposes

Reviewing Emotions, blinking, signs, clues, and reactions.

Approach the potential Lyier with specific Questions

Questions are segmented by the nature of deception (Marriage, Fraud, Teen/Kids bad behavior).

Try to establish a Calm and Rational conversation

So the person can hear what you are trying to say without feeling attacked. Is a discussion not a confrontation. You are not competing, you are trying to know the truth.

Talk to the person in private

Do in it in public can be very harsh and embarrass for the lier and will become defense!

Document instances of Lying

Keep a record of situations and details to better reach conclusions.


Follow the Visual Lie Detector Checkpoints to score a potential lier.

To fine tune a good evaluation for each Question, you need to study and check a number of times the Interview, video recorded if possible and use facts, hard data, and your Intuition to generate Lying conclusions.