All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Pinocchio Effect’

Study: Nose Shows Lying By its Temperature

A new study has identified a “Pinocchio effect” that can be used to tell if a person is lying. Though the nose of fibbers doesn’t actually grow, the temperature rises around the nose and the orbital muscle in the inner corner of the eye. This could allow someone with a thermographic camera to identify liars. The researchers stated that thermography, …

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SEW Live – Marketing Common Sense

“The Great Equalizer” – it sounds like some sort of powerful relic, or perhaps something related to political correctness.  It’s neither of these things, though, and it’s also not the Internet, Google, or search marketing; according to Search Engine Guide’s Jennifer Laycock, it’s your common sense.

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