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RESEARCH QUESTIONS When interrogating suspects, how do detectives know if they are hearing the truth or a bunch of lies? One way is by paying attention to non-verbal communication. Indeed, forensic psychologists have helped law enforcement analyze non-verbal behavior such as body language and voice tone for clues that suspects are concealing important information. Could these cues also be used in the business world to determine whether senior leaders are speak ing truthfully about their fi rms'doi:10.5465/amp.2012.0155 fatcat:g7gjg2xj7rhe5oogcc2hkm52pu