Friday, April 17, 2009 4:21 AM
Statement Analysis is a highly accurate diagnostic tool used by the FBI, CIA any many Law Enforcement Agencies around the world.
With Statement Analysis, we take the written or spoken statement and determine if the subject is being truthful or being deceptive. We analyze e-mails, letters, messenger print outs, verbal conversations or any written / printed or typed statement.
People do not like to lie, lying causes stress. This stress can be seen in their body language or heard in their voice tones (pitch). To alleviate this stress, people will use words that sound like they are being honest but are being somewhat deceptive.
A wife / girlfriend asks the question?
Have you ever cheated on me?
"I could never do such a thing"
This answer sounds like a solid denial, but is not answering the question. The words "could never" does not mean ( no ) a better answer would have been " no, I never cheated on you"
In Statement Analysis we do not interpt what the person is saying, we believe what people are telling us. We analyze what people are saying. If they are being deceptive, they may tell you the truth but not the whole truth. In Statement Analysis we do not pay attention "to what a person is saying or writing", but "what it is a person is saying or writing".
Through Statement Analysis we can determine exactly what they are telling us and what they are not telling us.
If you have any questions on Statement Analysis send me an e-mail to my Relationship Advice Category on Ingenio. I will send you five free minutes so I can discuss my procedure and the information a Statement analysis will provide for you.
I look forward to talking with you.
Anthony Iantosca, BCFE