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Body Language

41. Direct eye contact while speaking
Looking directly and maintaining eye contact is generally regarded as a sign of truthfulness But be careful many liars are experts at faking this signal
42. Looking left sideways
Looking sideways generally suggests sounds; looking left suggests recalling or remembering. This could also indicate that the person is recalling what has been said by another person.
43. Looking left down
When looking down left it indicates thinking about things through self-talk - concerning an outward view. Looking downwards right indicates the inward feelings view.
44. Looking left and up
When a person looks left and up it is related to accessing memory in the brain, instead of creating or imagining. It is a reassuring sign if signalled when the person is recalling and stating facts.
45. Looking right and down
When a person looks right and down it is a creative signal but not a fabrication - it can convey that the person is probably self-questioning his/her feelings about something.
46. Looking on rightside
The upwards right eye movement can be a sign of dodging. Related to imagination and creative (right-side) parts of the brain, this can be a warning sign of fabrication if a person is supposed to recall and state facts
47. Looking right sideways
When you are moving your eyes sideways it indicates imagining (right) or recalling sounds.
48. Deception
Some people can control their outward body language to give the impression they seek to create at the time. This is sheer deception. A confident firm handshake, or direct eye contact, are examples of signals which can quite easily be 'faked' - usually temporarily, but sometimes more consistently.
49. Body language is relative to age and gender
Considering the temperament and situation one should assess the body language. Especially when assessing the strength of signals and meanings - it's important to do so in relative terms.
50. Looking on left
Recalling and and then stating 'facts' from memory in appropriate context often equates to telling the truth. Whether the memories or 'facts' are correct is another matter. Looking Left downwards indicates silent self-conversation or self-talk, typically in trying to arrive at a decision.

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