If we told you not to move your eyebrows – not even a fraction – do you think you could do so in a high-stress situation? Well, according to Dr Mark Frank, a world-renowned social psychologist, you would be moving them even if you thought you weren’t. Involuntary eyebrow twitches are just one of the many facial micro-expressions caused by emotional responses in the brain, which frequently give criminals away when they’re being questioned. Allow Dr Frank to take you inside the extraordinary world of interrogation, polygraphs, and airport police.
Gain Actionable Insights Into:
- Why criminal interrogations you see in Hollywood movies don’t work in real life – and what happens instead
- The behaviours that airport law enforcement officials are trained to look out for
- How the psychopath Ted Bundy gave himself away with a subtle facial expression in his final interview
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