The Possibility Of Lying Can Be Detected By The Tone Of The Speech?
Hello! R nGood evening. R nI want to ask someone’s psychological question. R nPreviously, can honesty and lies be detected from the tone of speech via VN? R nActually I think, tone does affect, but because of me It’s been a long time, very long, not talking and hearing his voice, I feel fooled, whether he’s lying or not. r n r nThen, I have a friend. r nWe are not very close. I only occasionally send messages on IG and even then I always start. R nBut when he changed his cellphone number, he always first contacted me with a short chat and ended up losing contact again. R n r nOne day, when I sending short messages via IG, he sent me a lot of messages and was sent quickly after I replied, via IG or WA r nHe was unusually cool. r n r nHowever, after 1 week, came back again. r nI was ignored. r n r nAre there any psychological problems with him? r nOr was it just me who was wrong? r nThank you for the hard work of the doctor. r nGood evening. r nGreetings
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Telling lies seems to have become a part of everyday life. Whether it is for good purposes, avoiding responsibility or cheating, lies are often told. Some people can detect lying unconsciously in people they have known for a long time. Even so, in general detecting lies is still not an easy thing to do, especially if we don't meet the person in person.
Theoretically, a person is more likely to be lying if he:
Do not want to make eye contact, even though all this time always talking with eyes Cough lightly when talking or clearing his throat due to stress when lying Telling too many details that are not actually asked to describe as if the incident really happened Contradictions, both between the stories , as well as his posture that should be weak, even emotional and so on. Direction of the feet, which usually leads to the exit Thinking hard, looks not relaxed in answering questions, stammering Seems to want to stay away and immediately ends the conversation
But of course, this is not easy to do in daily practice and is not always the case. Even lie detectors, which judge whether a person is lying or not based on their pulse, are not often used. The science that may be deeper into this matter is microexpression which can assess the 'reflex expression' of a human face towards certain situations, one of which is facing situations where one has to lie.
Then regarding your next question regarding your friend, it is very difficult, and even impossible to judge a person's psychological condition only through writing even though he explicitly admits that he has certain psychological disorders. Interviews, history and perhaps certain tests by a psychologist or psychiatrist are needed to determine whether a person has a particular psychological disorder, not just the intensity of texting. Maybe he is busy, or his mind is plagued by family problems, which obviously cannot be determined without meeting in person. Hopefully answered your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa