Many people think a lie is easy to determine just by looking at the movement of the eyeball . Because a person's eye movements can also be manipulated by themselves.
study done by the British and Canadian nationality researchers say ,
there is no relationship between eye movements to the right and up the
signs someone is lying .
Vice versa , eyeball movement to the left and to the top as a sign of an honest person is not proven .
from the University of Edinburgh , Caroline Watt , PhD is a researcher
in the study, said , "Most people believe that certain eye movements are
a sign of lying , and this idea is even taught in organizational
training courses , " said Watt .
added that their research is not providing support and so forth , this
study actually gives instructions to re-look at the truth of this kind
of detection .
This research was conducted in three parts , the first study with the participation of the majority is 32 students . They were ordered to hide the phone in a certain place . Each interview to find out who is telling the truth and not .
Each participant will be recorded to determine the movement of the eyeballs and their gaze when interviewed .
As a result, no significant differences were found between the movements of their eyes to the truth or falsehood is revealed .
, the movement can not be known only from the matter of the movement of
the eyeball , may need someone who is highly trained to see the subtle
same is proven through research to two , in this study the researchers
refer 50 people to be trained to read the movement of the eyeball . They are shown in a video on the first study to detect lies .
The results of these studies indicate , eye movements can not be a reference to a person is lying or not .
The results of this study are sufficient to explain the reason that the
movement of the eyeball is a poor indicator of lie detection , " said