When it comes to social issues, lies can exist, or at least some simple innocent lies which may have permeated our society.
And although we are not very good at catching lies, there are some simple ways that might help you understand which lies are easier ...
Biologist and author Lucy Cook began research to find out the reasons behind the misconduct that exists between humans and animals.
I am corrupting the truth for peace
Often when people try to deceive us with their words or deeds, we call it a lie. But it can actually happen in ordinary conversation because what we really think but we don't say.
￼ Expressing your true opinion or attitude may not always be the best for you.
Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. That would be unbearable.
Even if we don't like to see someone's new hairstyle done with a lot of money, most of us will not have nightmares to reveal it.
Our consideration is that being one hundred percent truthful can do more harm than good, and such mutual cooperation is the focus of human social communication.
Yes, deception is a kind of glue that binds us together, fuels the wheel of cooperation, and keeps the world friendly and peaceful.
One-third of us lie every day
"Every day, about a third of the population tells serious lies," said psychologist Richard Weizmann.
And although a recent survey found that five percent of people claim they never lied. This means that many of us are unable to tell the truth even in an anonymous survey ...
Prisoners are ahead of judges in false identification
"We're pretty good at lying, we're bad at detecting lies," said psychologist Richard Weizmann.
We think we're good at catching cheaters, but when you take two people to the lab and show them a video where one person is lying and the other is telling the truth - then when you ask them what it is - only 50 percent of them are people. Be able to say correctly.
And the same is true of the police, lawyers and even judges. There is only one group who are different and the inmates are prisoners.
If you want to catch someone lying, use your ears and not your eyes
We are not very good at catching lies because we judge everything by sight or sight. A huge part of our brain is engaged in visualization and that is why we try to understand whether someone is lying or not.
Are they wandering around in their seats? What are they pointing to? How are their facial expressions?
Most of its subjects are fairly controllable. Skilled liars know how other people try and want to catch a lie.
The signals outside of this are verbal: what we say and how we say it.
It is very difficult for liars to control - so if you pay attention to that, you will be a better lie detector.
Those who are liars generally speak less; They take a long time to answer after a question; And they want to show their distance from lies: so the words "I", "mine" and "I" are often omitted.
Forget anything visible, listen with the mind
If you are a skilled liar, write 'Q' on your forehead
Some of us are better at lying than each other, and Richard Weizmann ran an experiment to distinguish between the two groups. This is called a "Q" test and it only takes 5 seconds to complete.
Place your index finger on the hand and draw a large "cue" on the forehead.
The question is, is the tail part of the Q falling over your right eye? Or over the eyes?
In other words, did you write "Q" in such a way that when someone looks at you, they can read it? Or so you can read it yourself?
This theory means that if the "cure tail is above the left eye - then people can read it when they look at you - you always think about how other people are looking at you and so you will be a skilled liar.
But if you keep it along the right eye, you must understand that you are looking at the world from your own point of view - you have a little more inclination towards honesty.
The world is full of fake artists
Cheating everywhere. Fauna in the natural world is constantly deceiving one another by disguise and use.
Suppose the marine fish squid, which disguises itself to keep itself away from predators, simply by sending sexual signals to one side of its body that hides itself from its opponent.
And never trust a hen ... The male roosters will make such a noise that the false temptation of food will come out that the female roosters will come running. It will then force them to have sex instead of dinner.
Seabirds are often lifelong mates, and we think they may be faithful to their mates.
But scientists have found that even lifelong pair-tied birds such as the gillimot (seabird in the North Pole), will be involved in secret "extra-marital" relationships if they think they have the potential to breed more and better.
We quickly start to lie, but don’t recognize the liar.
Researcher Richard Weizmann says there are some interesting things about when kids start lying.
"You take the kids to a room, and tell them, 'We'll leave your favorite toy behind, but please don't look' - and then you walk out of the room and remind them not to look at the toy again."
Since you will see their activities through a CCTV camera, you will understand that after a few minutes they will look at the toy.
Then go back to the room and ask them, "Did you look at the toy?"
￼Cheating or looking for a solution to the problem?
"When you do this test with three-year-olds and at the age when they're starting to mature, you'll see that 50 percent of them are already lying," said researcher Richard.
"And when they reach the age of five, none of them will tell the truth!"
￼ We have a long history of tactical deception
Falsehood has become an important part of many aspects of social life.
There are huge benefits to having a large group of animals like chimpanzees: you can share the responsibility of hunting food, and many more eyes are active to find predators.
But if you are in competition with others for food, it can lead to fights that put you and others at risk of injury and that will surely bring incalculable results for a team.
As a result, being tactful is really good for you and everyone else.
The evolution of social species has a long history of strategic deception.
A pioneering society moves forward with a tone of unity that speaks of being in tune with each other: research says the more fashionable animals, the more tricks they play.
So, being a liar may not always be a very bad thing.
After all, we can't live without lies: it actually takes a very serious form for our survival