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Lie To Me – Season 3 Episode 13 – Killer App
Lie To Me – Season 3 Episode 13 – Killer App

Voice Inflection

When Gillian tells Zach that his voice inflection indicates something about control, Zach rightfully dismisses this claim, comparing it to reading palms. While the voice does signal information about emotions, this example of what is called Voice Stress Analysis is not supported by research.


Lightman identifies an excellent example of the expression of contempt. This is the emotion in which the person showing the expression feels morally superior to the target of the expression.

Posted on: Monday, January 31st, 2011

4 responses to “Lie To Me – Season 3 Episode 13 – Killer App”

  1. Martell says:

    We want lie to me back on the tv, it is and was brilliant.

  2. Elizabeth Ewing says:

    I just wish I knew why Lie to Me ended the way it did. Brilliant series, kick ass cast/acting, excellent writing – why end that way, the coward’s way out? Please, the show deserved a better ending than that. It deserves a few more series!

  3. Aimee Diane Miletic says:

    My son and I love the show (lie to me). My parents are going to get hooked once I tell them about the it. It would be amazing if it could be back on the air.

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