We have all concealed information, whether out of privacy concerns, self-censoring, or other reasons; that’s not necessarily a bad thing. As deception analysts, however, we need to recognize when someone is concealing information and be able to understand what’s being concealed and why. Today we’re talking about the connecting words that signal someone is hiding information from you and how you can see behind it.
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