Wray Herbert wrote in an article, "How to Catch a Liar: The Cognitive Clues to Deceit"
, "Most of us can spot barely more than half of all lies and truths through listening and observation."
Spotting a liar isn't easy. Your own suspicions can get in the way of getting to the truth.
While some scientists reported two ways to spot a liar, British researchers determined that eye movement is not a good predictor of lies.
How do you know when or if your spouse is lying?