Humans are social creatures and we communicate through language, but what if someome is so good at lying? How can we trust them and rely on their word? There has been many researches on this subject but there is still no certain way to understand. Fortunately, a new study has discovered a straightforward method for separating fact from fiction: Pay attention to the lack of details.
If you want to determine whether you are being led down the garden path, the most effective strategy may be to concentrate solely on the level of detail in what others say. In other words act like a detective while listening to them.
Connecting details and seeing what they are telling in a bigger picture can give you a good idea if they are lying or not.
According to the researchers, while assessing a wide range of behavioral cues may appear to be the most reliable method for catching a liar, it may actually be making things more difficult. Instead of this following a simplier way can be the key.