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Linda Nguyen, PhD student at UT Dallas and a research assistant at Center for BrainHealth®, discusses with Bernadette Fiaschetti, of One Life Radio on iHeartRadio how people think and interact with one another. She discusses implicit bias and detecting if someone is lying to you.“Research shows that non-verbal cues don’t tell us very much about lying, it’s the verbal cues and content in detecting lying.”“When we are familiar with people we tend to be better at detecting deception.” Segment with Linda starts at 10:48  
   

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