The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - - NEWS -

A PINOC­CHIO ef­fect in which peo­ple’s noses get colder when they are ly­ing could work bet­ter than a lie de­tec­tor, sci­en­tists say. Record­ing the tem­per­a­ture of some­one’s face can de­tect if they are fib­bing with 85 per cent ac­cu­racy, the re­searchers found. The nose tip is sen­si­tive to some­one’s emo­tional state, and ly­ing is a stress­ful ac­tiv­ity.

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