Really? The Claim: You can spot a lie by watching a person's eyes.

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  • Author(s): O'Connor, Anahad
  • Source:
    New York Times. 7/17/2012, Vol. 161 Issue 55835, p5. 0p.
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      THE FACTS According to an old theory about body language, it is easy to catch someone in a lie. [ABSTRACT FROM PUBLISHER]
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