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Claim fraudsters ‘think too much’

Apparently the mind is a “terrible thing.”  Great research project by the insurance industry conducted at the University of Portsmouth in England. Check out

Sharon Leal’s study at http://www.independent.ie/and-finally/claim-fraudsters-think-too-much-2357737.html

Liars give themselves away by thinking too hard about their story, a researcher into insurance fraud has said.

Sharon Leal, a research fellow at the University of Portsmouth, has been awarded a £112,000 grant by a leading
insurance fraud investigation firm to examine how people behave when they make fraudulent insurance claims.

Practical Kinesic Interview & Interrogation® uses a “narrative-based” and non-coercive method which elicits these types of statements making it easier for the interviewer to identify deception as well as issues of concern for the ensuing cross-examination.  Significantly more information is recovered from subjects using this format.

Stan B. Walters, CSP “The Lie Guy®”
Practical Kinesic Interview & Interrogation®

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