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Too much or too little eye contact can indicate dishonesty. It is natural for humans to break eye contact during a conversation, but too much of it or total lack of it can indicate that the person is lying. Liars will often times over compensate by delivering the lie with full eye contact.
We’ve all seen cartoons where characters swallow or gulp audibly in the face of trouble. Well, humans do the same thing when they lie. People who are lying often try to lubricate their throats by swallowing or clearing their throats to prevent tension from building up.
A person lying will often times nod or shake his or her head in opposition to what is being said. Another tell is when the person hesitates momentarily before nodding or shaking his or her head.
People who lie often touch their noses when they are dishonest. These abnormal physical indications tend to give them away.
Often times, a person telling a lie will unconsciously touch or cover his or her mouth, as if emotionally trying to prevent the lie from coming out. Sometimes, a person who is telling a lie will purse his or her lips.