Accurately Read People's Emotions, Know When They are Lying, Build Rapport, Enhance Relationships and Gain the Upper Hand in Negotiations!
Microexpression Recognition and Training
Have you ever thought someone was lying to you, but couldn’t prove it? Wish you could tell how people really felt? Well, you can.
As popularized by the hit TV show Lie to Me, Humintell offers online training to help individuals recognize micro and subtle expressions. Microexpressions and subtle expressions are the scientifically documented concealed signs of emotion, which people elicit in high stakes situations when they have something substantial to lose or gain. Microexpressions are characterized by the speed of a certain expression, lasting on the face for less than ½ a second and can occur as fast as 1/16th of a second.
Years of research has shown that emotion recognition training can enhance and strengthen your ability to detect when someone is lying, recognize how other people feel and help you see the impact your behavior has on others.
Founded by renowned psychologist, Dr. David Matsumoto, Humintell provides tools to help people master the complex world of emotions that we live in, as well as gain insight into our own emotional landscapes.
By combining state-of-the-art behavioral science with real world practical experience, Humintell’s unique online training, webinars and instructor led workshops are already being used by many government and law enforcement agencies as well as Fortune 500 companies.
In addition to our unique online training, Humintell provides webinars and instructor led workshops to individuals and organizations in the fields of facial expression of emotion, nonverbal behavior, detecting deception and cultural adaptation.
Humintell has provided training not only to local, state and federal government agencies, but also to physicians, doctors, lawyers, judges, teachers, students and people just like you. Our training can benefit anyone who interacts with people on a face to face basis.
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