Pinocchio syndrome-- According to a study by Spanish scientists, lying around the nose and eye fountain located in the eye pit muscle heat increase occurs. Inspired by the famous children's novel Pinocchio, the so-called ok Pinocchio effect durum was determined as a result of research carried out by scientists from the Experimental Psychology Department of the University of Granada in Spain with the help of thermography. Scientists Emilio Gomez Milan and Elvira Salazar Lopez, who are regarded as pioneers of thermography in the field of psychology, have found that with the help of new thermographic applications, changes in face temperatures occur when people are performing difficult tasks, being questioned or lying on a particular subject. According to the researchers, when lying is seen, the temperature around the nose increases and the insula, the largest tissue covering the brain, becomes active. Insula, which is part of the reward system in the brain and is active only in the experiences related to it, which is closely related to the person, also plays a role in the function of sensing and regulating body temperature. Therefore, there is an inverse correlation between the transition of the insula to the active state and the increase in heat, the researchers noted that when a person feels more powerful, the temperature change in the body decreases, and when a feeling is felt weaker, the temperature change increases.