The communication between people is mainly composed by non-verbal communication where 55% of the message approximately is emitted by the body represented in gestures and emotions. It is this condition that makes it very important to know how to detect not so much what is spoken but rather what is transmitted in the whole of the codification of the message, tackled from criminology as a real discipline.
The verb-corporal analysis of emotions is a valuation that is made of people to contrast if what is said is congruent with the emotions expressed by the body detecting signs of deception or personal tendencies towards what is expressed. Thus, with the facial muscles we show a double message that joins the verbal message. On the one hand what we want to communicate, while on the other what we want to hide. The verb-corporal analysis of emotions is not an infallible method of detecting lies, but rather to detect signs that truth is being concealed or falsifying the response. That is why today many security professionals specialize in detecting these inconsistencies.
Importance of verbo-body analysis
The importance of this technique is clear and is very useful for making personal criminological reports. It is done in interviews with the victims in order to determine the emotional tendency of the interviewee. In the penitentiary area reports are made on the risks of recidivism of an inmate. Also in taking statements of witnesses, imputed and suspects or in interviews that are conducted in any type of qualitative research.
Performing a verbo-corporal analysis to date required a high and specific training. Now with the new techniques and software of facial recognition of emotions makes virtually anyone without any training monitor this data in real time. They can be interpreted easily as if it were a professional. A new door is opened thanks to the information society which will undoubtedly improve the search for justice.