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David Craig

Lie Catcher: Become a Human Lie Detector in Under 60 Minutes

Cut through the noise and get to the truth with Dr David Craig’s ‘Lie Catcher: Becoming a Human Lie Detector in Under 60 Minutes’.
From making a purchase, negotiating a contract to dealing with children, ‘Lie Catcher’ provides fast, simple and effective techniques to enable you to harness expert detective skills in your day-to-day life — in less than 60 minutes. With over 20 years of practical and academic experience, Dr David Craig provides a fully credentialed and accessible guide. Ideal for education, parents, relationships, and business activities.

Dr David Craig has been teaching and researching techniques in covert operations since the early 2000s. Having assisted undercover operations around the world, he spent over two decades as a Federal Agent, and now runs a consultancy for covert operations in Australia and overseas. Craig is now the author of the bestselling psychological books ‘Unlocking Secrets : How to get people to tell you everything’ and ‘Lie Catcher: Become a Human Lie Detector in Under 60 Minutes’. Craig believes that everybody can and should benefit from covert skills in their everyday lives.
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    Dušica Gavrilovi殩has quoted4 days ago
    In my opinion, a lie is a physical act or verbal statement or omission, deliberately designed to deceive another of the truth.
    Dušica Gavrilovi殩has quoted4 days ago
    In addition to having over 20 years of criminological experience and research focused on deception and deception detection in covert operations, I have spent many hundreds of hours researching the theoretical work of some of the world’s finest academics on this subject.
    Dušica Gavrilovi殩has quoted4 days ago
    When I first began researching the subject of lie detection years ago, I realised that there were many high-level academic papers and textbooks on the subject, but no credible and easy-to-read guides offering knowledge and skills that could be put straight into practice – so I decided to write one.
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