Provide a 5 pages analysis while answering the following question: TED Talks. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. The speaker’s ideas are based on assumptions and personal components. The ideas highlighted by the speaker could be applicable to some instances but may fail to reflect the truth of the matter. There is a need to analyze this concept with respect to various concepts. The speaker effectively proofs her point but fails to acknowledge exceptions within her speech. The essay will focus on the main points highlighted by the author and use them to identify the authenticity of the speech. Perceptions and personal opinions could differ from reality. The manner in which a person presents his or her points could be either persuasive or misleading.
In Mayer’s speech, she emphasizes verbal language. As a means of identifying when one is lying, the speaker acknowledges the difference displayed in speech. However, this may change depending on the nature of a person. In this case, inconsistency in speech may be used to identify whether a person is lying. At this point, the speaker fails in her attempt to justify her statement. In evaluating the factual component of the statement, it is evident that a person may present some elements of the inconsistency of speech. This may be attributed to shyness or tension caused by the environment. At this point, a person may be limited at environmental factors and due to the uncomfortable circumstances, alter words that according to Mayer could be termed as a liar. The person in question may have limited control of the external factors and thus create a tense atmosphere. The effect could be present in body language (Meyer, 2011). . .
According to the speaker, body language could tell if one is a liar. Mayer identifies staring into one’s eye as a reason to assume someone is lying. Eye constant in most cases implies personal confidence. The assumption that directs eye constant relates to a liar is misleading. A person may maintain eye contact as a means of either seeking attention or emphasizing a certain situation. The speaker may maintain eye constant to ensure a certain concept is altered and reaches the intended audience. The manner in which a person controls his or her eyes does not tell if they are lying. In most cases, confidentiality and the subject being communicated will determine whether a person maintains eye contact.