Friday, June 30, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3984: Trump's Tweets, Tics, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





The video above is a segment is a portion of yesterday's White House Press briefing. Its focus is Donald Trump's tweets from earlier in the day regarding Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough - wherein, according to both Democrats and Republicans, the President was particularly derogatory.
















Like most of us, Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is not particularly adept at suppressing her body language.

Note Ms. Huckabee Sanders' left arm. With high frequency and moderate amplitude, her elbow moves laterally as she speaks. This is an example of a "Tic" - and during yesterday's press briefing this tic behavior was significantly amplified.

Tics are by definition not involuntary - rather they're "semi-voluntary" or "unvoluntary" actions. More specifically, tics are voluntary responses to a premonitory and unwanted urge. Said another way, they are "irresistible urges, which are eventually become expressed". Intriguingly, tics very often increase in the context of different emotional states. Sometimes these are negative - such as frustration or anxiety - although they can be triggered by positive emotions as well - like excitement or anticipation. They can even be caused by boredom.

What other body language signals, verbal language, and paralanguage displays of Ms. Huckabee Sanders' tells us that her tic is secondary to anxiety?

Summary: Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders' exhibits classic tic behavior manifested with movements of her left arm/elbow. During yesterday's White House press briefing, regarding the President's Tweets about Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough - Huckabee Sanders' tic was significantly exacerbated due to her heightened anxiety.


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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3983: Female Kurdish sniper fighting IS narrowly cheats death 

Body Language Analysis No. 3982: Bangkok Police Officer's De-Escalation Genius

Body Language Analysis No. 3978: Keanu Reeves, Chuck Spadina, Sincerity, and Empathy

Body Language Analysis No. 3976: Bill Conner bicycles 1,400 miles to hear his daughter's beating heart again

Body Language Analysis No. 3969: Vladimir Putin Offers James Comey Asylum

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3894: Michael Flynn and Russia - "When are given immunity, it means you probably committed a crime"

Body Language Analysis No. 3948: The Manchester Bomber, Nonverbal Communication, Threat Assessment, and Emotional Intelligence

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3917: American Airlines Stroller Incident - Anger, Contempt and Escalation (vs. Deescalation)

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3873: Brie Larson's Eyes, The Bachelor, and the Edge of Consciousness


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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3983: Female Kurdish sniper fighting IS narrowly cheats death - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)




This sniper, fighting in Raqqa, is a member of a Kurdish YPJ (Women's Protection Unit). Incredibly, less than a second after she pulls her trigger - another bullet (fired by her enemy, the Islamic State, aka IS) narrowly misses her head.

































For a split second afterwards, the female sniper's eyes open very widely. This action is secondary to the adrenaline surge of her near death experience.

Notice also how her tongue rapidly sticks outward. This is known as a "Tongue Jut" - and more specifically, this variation is a "Loose Tongue Jut". A loose tongue jut is an example of nonverbal self-deprecating behavior. It's a way of calling one's self out after a mistake - as if to say, "I've done a foolish thing" or "I've (almost) been caught".

Why did the sniper laugh - and so quickly - after almost being killed?

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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3982: Bangkok Police Officer's De-Escalation Genius

Body Language Analysis No. 3979: Ivanka Trump, "I Try to Stay Out of Politics"

Body Language Analysis No. 3977: Anthony Kennedy - One Signal You Never Want to See From a Judge During Your Testimony

Body Language Analysis No. 3975: Travis Kalanick and Sheryl Sandberg - and Uber's Need for Empathy, Sincerity, and Emotional Intelligence

Body Language Analysis No. 3973: Alex Jones, Megyn Kelly, and a Fundamental Insincerity Tell

Body Language Analysis No. 3939: The Russians are Confident - Sergey Lavrov, Rex Tillerson, and Donald Trump

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3897: Roger Stone, Donald Trump, Body Language and Emotional Intelligence

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3843: 84 Lumber Super Bowl Ad - "The Entire Journey"

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3707: The Presidential Debates Part III - Donald Trump v. Hillary Clinton and Sniffing


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Body Language Analysis No. 3982: Bangkok Police Officer's De-Escalation Genius - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)




Recently a man entered a police station in Bangkok, Thailand wielding a knife. That's when Anirut Malee's instincts took over. Malee, a Thai police officer, deescalated the situation like a Jedi.























In this first image, Anirut Malee's gestures in a palms-up fashion - which is very wise. He is asking, not telling. He is open, not hyper-authoritative, nor threatening.























This next frame may, at first, seem trivial - but it's not. Anirut Malee's entire posture changes. Notice he puts a hand on the desk, his weight on his right foot, and his entire posture is more relaxed.
























Next Anirut Malee sits on the corner of the desk - lowering his stature and becoming even less physically dominant. Crucially, he "body-points" down the hallway - and NOT at the man holding the knife.























Officer Malee's repeated palms-up gesture - asking for the assailant to hand over the weapon - as he lowers his head/bends his neck, further de-escalates the situation.


























Even when he finally takes the knife, Officer Malee still remains sitting on the desk. If he stood up at this particular moment, it could very well backfire. 

























In this image, as gestures with his arms-wide and walks toward the man, Anirut Malee made the small mistake of not throwing the knife away before the hug. It would have also been a bit better if the officer's arms were lower in this moment. All things being equal, the higher the arms are positioned, the more threatening a person is felt to be.

























As he begins the hug, Officer Malee throws the knife away.





























For the second time, Malee waves off assistance. He's very aware that the man is emotionally decompressing.






























The act of allowing the man to rest his head on Anirut Malee's neck-shoulder, is particularly disarming.


Summary: Much too often, police officers escalate confrontations when they should be deescalating. Yet Officer Anirut Malee is an exception. He masterfully defused a situation, which could have very likely ended much worse.

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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3980: Mitch McConnell Delays Health Care Bill Vote

Body Language Analysis No. 3978: Keanu Reeves, Chuck Spadina, Sincerity, and Empathy

Body Language Analysis No. 3976: Bill Conner bicycles 1,400 miles to hear his daughter's beating heart again

Body Language Analysis No. 3974: Elle Fanning, Robert De Niro, and Easter

Body Language Analysis No. 3972: Vladimir Putin, Oliver Stone, and a Facial Expression Red Flag

Body Language Analysis No. 3970: Kamala Harris and Jeff Sessions, Part II - Deception, Alpha, and Beta Behavior

Body Language Analysis No. 3968: The Grenfell Tower Fire, Empathy, and Emotional Processing

Body Language Analysis No. 3965: Manspreading, Madrid, and a Business Faux Pas

Body Language Analysis No. 3958: Vladimir Putin interview with Megyn Kelly 


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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3980: Mitch McConnell Delays Health Care Bill Vote - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





Earlier today, Senator Mitch McConnell announced that he will postpone the vote on the Republican health care bill until after the 4th of July recess.

As he walked up to the lectern to make this announcement, notice that the Senate Majority Leader's left hand was in his pocket. Moreover, it stayed in his pocket the entire time he was speaking.

This "hand in pocket" display is a variation of a MAP (Manipulator, Adaptor, Pacifier) - and a tremendous faux pas any rookie politician should never commit, let alone one of Senator McConnell's experience. Yet, like everyone else (Democrats and independents alike), he is only human - and thus prone to our common foibles.

Mitch McConnell put his hands in his pockets because, despite having an alpha personality - he was in a beta moment. The Senate Majority Leader didn't want to delay the vote. Understandably, he also didn't want to be making such an announcement - but he had to be there. The disappearance of a hand beneath a table or in a pocket signals low confidence and low emotional comfort. The significance of this body language tell is amplified even further while a person is walking.

Summary: Senator McConnell does NOT believe the Republican Health Care Bill will be passed by the Senate - even after July 4th.

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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3979: Ivanka Trump, "I Try to Stay Out of Politics"

Body Language Analysis No. 3977: Anthony Kennedy - One Signal You Never Want to See From a Judge During Your Testimony

Body Language Analysis No. 3975: Travis Kalanick and Sheryl Sandberg - and Uber's Need for Empathy, Sincerity, and Emotional Intelligence

Body Language Analysis No. 3973: Alex Jones, Megyn Kelly, and a Fundamental Insincerity Tell

Body Language Analysis No. 3971: Elon Musk, Amber Heard, Affection, and Ownership

Body Language Analysis No. 3952: Emmanuel Macron's Handshake with Donald Trump at NATO Summit

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3909: North Korea's Parade - Projecting Power and Control

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3872: "Fearless Girl" Statue in Manhattan's Financial District 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3841: Tom Brady's and Roger Goodell's Handshake after Super Bowl LI


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Monday, June 26, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3979: Ivanka Trump, "I Try to Stay Out of Politics" - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





Ivanka Trump was a guest today on "Fox and Friends". During her interview, the Senior White House adviser and daughter of Donald Trump said, "You know, I try to stay out of politics".

At multiple times during this exchange, Ivanka Trump spoke with her mouth in an asymmetrical configuration - sometimes highly asymmetrical.
























Whenever a person speaks out of one side of their mouth, we should always consider several possibilities:

1. A constant, long-term habit. This is a tic-like behavior and is much more commonly displayed by men. Ivanka Trump is only displaying this signal intermittently - thus this etiology is not applicable here.

2. Another explanation to consider for asymmetrical mouth configurations are medical causes - such as trauma, nerve and/or muscle palsies (e.g., Bell's Palsy) or a stroke. None of these possibilities apply in Ms. Trump's case.

3. Another intriguing category of behaviors includes those of the overlapping swagger/hubris/bravado/sarcasm.

4. Insincerity and deception are another possibilities to consider when you see a person speaking out of one side of their mouth. It's crucial to stress that while a person can be a generally sincere individual, they may be lying at any given moment. The reverse is also true - a person who is chronically insincere can be "caught telling the truth". Thus a person's sincerity level incorporates a greater aspect of their personality, whereas the telling of any given lie does not predict an overall personality pattern.

In this particular case example, which of last two categories describes the cause(s) for Ivanka Trump's asymmetrical speaking behavior? What other specific nonverbal signal(s) assists in differentiating between swagger/hubris/bravado/sarcasm vs. insincerity/deception?

It's of profound importance to stress that individuals who speak out of one side of their mouth are judged to be less trustworthy compared to others with a mouth that's symmetrical in shape. This interpretation is universal - true across all cultures - regardless of the person's level of nonverbal training.


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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3978: Keanu Reeves, Chuck Spadina, Sincerity, and Empathy

Body Language Analysis No. 3976: Bill Conner bicycles 1,400 miles to hear his daughter's beating heart again

Body Language Analysis No. 3974: Elle Fanning, Robert De Niro, and Easter

Body Language Analysis No. 3972: Vladimir Putin, Oliver Stone, and a Facial Expression Red Flag

Body Language Analysis No. 3970: Kamala Harris and Jeff Sessions, Part II - Deception, Alpha, and Beta Behavior

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3814: Claire Foy's recounting of Meeting Kate Winslet

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3782: Zoey Deutch, Ryan Seacrest and Embarrassment

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3760: Rory McIlroy's "Little Interviews"

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3624: Terrorist Attack in Nice, France


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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3978: Keanu Reeves, Chuck Spadina, Sincerity, and Empathy - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)




Chuck Spadina, er, ah, Keanu Reeves was recently a guest on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show. As with any accomplished actor, when they're not "in character" - e.g., when Keanu is just being Keanu - their body language betrays their true feelings - just like you, me, and the person down the street.

One commonly overgeneralized and/or misunderstood nonverbal display is when a person covers their mouth while smiling and/or laughing.

























While there may be a component of embarrassment present - this is also a nonverbal tell that there are overall personality traits of both high sincerity and high empathy.

In such cases, the smile is virtually always one of high sincerity as well (although the smile may often be partially suppressed) - AND there is blushing present.

























Summary: Covering one's mouth when there is a smile (or laughter) present is highly consistent with both high empathy and high sincerity quotients. People with pretentious, arrogant, and egocentric personalities rarely, if ever, display this gesture. This action is a valuable nonverbal tell which will help you foresee their behavior at other times - e.g., predicting overall personality traits - not just in that moment.

Additionally, blushing always signals a sincere (Duchenne) smile - although it's commonly partially suppressed.


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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3977: Anthony Kennedy - One Signal You Never Want to See From a Judge During Your Testimony

Body Language Analysis No. 3975: Travis Kalanick and Sheryl Sandberg - and Uber's Need for Empathy, Sincerity, and Emotional Intelligence

Body Language Analysis No. 3973: Alex Jones, Megyn Kelly, and a Fundamental Insincerity Tell

Body Language Analysis No. 3971: Elon Musk, Amber Heard, Affection, and Ownership

Body Language Analysis No. 3969: Vladimir Putin Offers James Comey Asylum

Body Language Analysis No. 3967: Jeff Sessions' Testimony, Microexpressions, and Duping Delight

Body Language Analysis No. 3958: Vladimir Putin interview with Megyn Kelly

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3905: Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid, and Deep Joy

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2900: Lionel Messi and the Lateral Lip Purse - Body Language Tells


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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3977: Anthony Kennedy - One Signal You Never Want to See From a Judge During Your Testimony - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (PHOTOS)





















Anthony Kennedy will turn 81 next month. Sources close to the Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court report that he is strongly considering retiring - yet it's unclear exactly when.

The image above shows Kennedy in a particular nonverbal configuration which, if you were testifying, you'd never want to see displayed by the judge.

The resting of the hand on the face with the index finger extended is one of many varieties of what is known as a "Critical Evaluation Display". More colloquially stated, he's not buying what you're selling - not by a long shot. To nuance this even further, the action of his index finger also being pointing at his eye strongly indicates Anthony Kennedy believes he's being told a lie.


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See also:


Body Language Analysis No. 3976: Bill Conner bicycles 1,400 miles to hear his daughter's beating heart again

Body Language Analysis No. 3974: Elle Fanning, Robert De Niro, and an Easter Egg Hunt

Body Language Analysis No. 3972: Vladimir Putin, Oliver Stone, and a Facial Expression Red Flag 

Body Language Analysis No. 3970: Kamala Harris and Jeff Sessions, Part II - Deception, Alpha, and Beta Behavior

Body Language Analysis No. 3968: The Grenfell Tower Fire, Empathy, and Emotional Processing 

Body Language Analysis No. 3965: Manspreading, Madrid, and a Business Faux Pas

Body Language Analysis No. 3963: Donald Trump regarding James Comey and Loyalty

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3851: Donald Trump's Impromptu Press Conference - "Russia is a Ruse"

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3077: Caroline Wozniacki & Rory McIlroy - One Reason Why Relationships Fail - and an Important Warning Sign (PHOTO)

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2313: Elisa Lam Video in Elevator at Cecil Hotel - What Her Body Language Tells Us .... 


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Body Language Analysis No. 3976: Bill Conner bicycles 1,400 miles to hear his daughter's beating heart again - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)






The worst thing any parent can experience is a loss of a child. Bill Conner experienced it. When his daughter, 20 year-old Abigail Mae Conner, died in a freak accent in Cancun, Mexico earlier this year, 21 year-old Jack Loumonth was simultaneously suffering a heart attack. Ms. Connor's heart saved Mr. Lounmouth's life and some of her other organs saved three others.























Arriving in Fort Lauderdale, Florida after bicycling 1400 miles from Madison, Wisconsin - Bill Conner got a chance to hear his daughter's heart once again. And although the two had not met before, the nonverbal nuance of their hug demonstrated true affection.

























It's unusual that two men who have never met would hug so sincerely and with such affection - particularly in public. Yet this was anything but a typical situation.

From a body language perspective, note the full palm contact of Bill Conner's hands on Jack Lounmouth's back, shoulder, and head. Full palmar contact signals both high sincerity as well as high affection.

Note also Mr. Conner's closed eyelids - fully drinking in the emotion of the moment and being so close to his daughter's heart - another signal of sincerity and affection. The touching of Conner's and Lounmouth's full torsos is also congruent with these feelings. Moreover, the head-to-head and head-to-neck contact seen here also signals both emotions.

Prayers and strength to you Bill Conner. Stay strong.
























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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3975: Travis Kalanick and Sheryl Sandberg - and Uber's Need for Empathy, Sincerity, and Emotional Intelligence

Body Language Analysis No. 3973: Alex Jones, Megyn Kelly, and a Fundamental Insincerity Tell

Body Language Analysis No. 3971: Elon Musk, Amber Heard, Affection, and Ownership

Body Language Analysis No. 3969: Vladimir Putin Offers James Comey Asylum

Body Language Analysis No. 3967: Jeff Sessions' Testimony, Microexpressions, and Duping Delight

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3931: Marine Le Pen's Default Configuration (and What it Tells Us)

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3927: Jimmy Kimmel's Emotional Monologue regarding His Son’s Birth & Heart Disease

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3873: Brie Larson's Eyes, The Bachelor, and the Edge of Consciousness

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3676: Colin Kaepernick Says He Be Sitting Down During the National Anthem




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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3975: Travis Kalanick and Sheryl Sandberg - and Uber's Need for Empathy, Sincerity, and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





Travis Kalanick was forced to resign as the CEO of Uber Today. After a tumultuous year, the company's shareholders made it clear his continued leadership in that office was both unsupportable and unwise. Uber board member, Arianna Huffington is pushing for Facebook's COO, Sheryl Sandberg, to replace Mr. Kalanick.





Whenever you evaluate another person's personality, whether it be in the act of interviewing, being interviewed, a negotiation, a testimony, dating, or any kind of business interaction - we all - to some extent, size-up the many qualities of the other person's character - both consciously and unconsciously. Perhaps the two most important attributes are sincerity (which although wider in scope, also includes honesty) as well as their empathy level.



























There's no doubt that Travis Kalanick and Sheryl Sandberg are both creative, intelligent people with many skills. Yet after viewing several interviews of Mr. Kalanick and Ms. Sandberg, if you are skilled at nonverbal communication and emotional intelligence assessment, you should be able to discern that Kalanick's empathy and sincerity quotients are low while Sandberg's are both quite high. Moreover, Mr. Kalanick also displays indications of poor impulse control - which is not exhibited by Ms. Sandberg.

























Summary: The ability to accurately vet is a skill for which there is no substitute. Yet such competence is rarely learned or taught. Qualities which should always be determined are the candidate's:
  • Empathy Quotient
  • Sincerity Quotient
  • Susceptibility to Poor Impulse Control
With each these three characteristics, Sheryl Sandberg's scores are far superior to Travis Kalanick's. Ms. Sandberg's leadership will greatly benefit Uber - but will certainly be Facebook's loss.

How skilled are you at qualifying and quantifying these attributes?

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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3974: Elle Fanning, Robert De Niro, and Easter

Body Language Analysis No. 3972: Vladimir Putin, Oliver Stone, and a Facial Expression Red Flag

Body Language Analysis No. 3970: Kamala Harris and Jeff Sessions, Part II - Deception, Alpha, and Beta Behavior

Body Language Analysis No. 3968: The Grenfell Tower Fire, Empathy, and Emotional Processing

Body Language Analysis No. 3965: Manspreading, Madrid, and a Business Faux Pas

Body Language Analysis No. 3932: Raúl Labrador's Town Hall statement, "Nobody dies because they don't have access to healthcare..."

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3060: Bradley Cooper, Air Guitar, Neil Young & the R2E2 Expression

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3292: Empathy, Yawning and Dogs

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3864: Uber's CEO, Travis Kalanick Arguing with an Uber Driver regarding Falling Fares


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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Body Language Analysis No. 3974: Elle Fanning, Robert De Niro, and Easter - Nonverbal and Emotional Intelligence (VIDEO, PHOTOS)




During Elle Fanning's recent guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, she recounted an Easter from her childhood, when her family had Robert De Niro's family as guests in their home. Her description of an Easter Egg Hunt provides an excellent nonverbal example of an honest effort to recall an event (a high sincerity quotient) - followed by an immediate change of emotional direction.

























In this first image, Elle Fanning is focusing her eyes on the middle-distance (4:35). This signifies an honest, concentrated effort to recall an event.


























In the next moment (4:36) Ms. Fanning displays the nonverbal cluster of:
  • Squinting her eyes - focusing her thought
  • Exhaling - clearing the mind and concentrating
  • Displaying a Lateral Lip Purse (to her left) - deciding between a small number of choices    (e.g., What should I tell him?)



























Next, we see very rapid blinking/fluttering before she says, "... I don't remember if they did ..." (4:37).



























Then Elle looks up/up to her left (4:38) - significant for the visual recall of a specific event. This change is crucial - for she has remembered specifically what happened.


Summary: Although Elle Fanning is somewhat nebulous in her VERBAL LANGUAGE in how her mother eventually resolved the Easter Egg Hunt dilemma ("...  I feel like I, pr, probably my Mom, like, did some nice, she's like, 'Everyone gets one ...") - Elle's BODY LANGUAGE shows us that she did, in fact, recall what specifically happened here - but Fanning refrained from telling the full/true story - probably in an effort to save someone embarrassment. Importantly, we can tell the precise second she decided to switch directions and tell a fib. And although this is a benign little lie which has no serious consequences, it's of profound importance in the everyday world to spot these moments.

Intriguingly, research shows that this is one of the most common reasons WOMEN lie - to save others from emotional discomfort/embarrassment. Men will not lie for this reason as often.


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See also:

Body Language Analysis No. 3973: Alex Jones, Megyn Kelly, and a Fundamental Insincerity Tell

Body Language Analysis No. 3971: Elon Musk, Amber Heard, Affection, and Ownership

Body Language Analysis No. 3969: Vladimir Putin Offers James Comey Asylum

Body Language Analysis No. 3967: Jeff Sessions' Testimony, Microexpressions, and Duping Delight

Body Language Analysis No. 3964: What Donald Trump Really Thinks about James Comey

Body Language Analysis No. 3941: H.R. McMaster’s Press Conference, Part II — Donald Trump, Russia & Classified Information

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3885: Vogue's 73 Questions with Selena Gomez

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3862: Oscars Mistake - "La La Land" erroneously named Best Picture over "Moonlight" 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 3798: Elle Fanning, Channing Tatum and Dialing Up the Alpha 


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