Interchannel Discrepancies

Interchannel discrepancies are a type of nonverbal cue that can signify deception. They are nonverbal cues and body language that are inconsistent with each other. An example is a person who is properly controlling their facial expressions (hiding deception) but are not looking you in the eyes (which signifies deception). The inconsistency of interchannel discrepancies can betray the person and signify that deception is occurring.

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