The science of detecting dishonest people

05/14/2013 | HBS Working Knowledge

Can you tell when people are lying to you? Researchers say there are a number of key giveaways, such as an increase in profanity, third-person pronouns and verbosity. "Just like Pinocchio's nose, the number of words grew along with the lie," says researcher Lyn M. Van Swol.

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