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The Ultimate Body Language Book

The Ultimate Body Language

Chapter 1 – Why The Study Of Body Language Is Important Introduction How To Use This Book You Have Four Minutes! How Hard Is It To Read People? What Does It Mean To Read People? How Fortune Tellers Are Like Hans The Horse What Is Cold Reading? How And Why The Body Reveals Emotions: The Brain-Body Interplay How The Lymbic System Affects Body Language Faking Body Language And Microexpressions The Mirror Neuron The Benefits Of Subconscious Mirroring Virtual Body Language The Types Of People You Will Read – Introverts Vs. Extroverts OK vs. Not Ok Personality Traits Using Body Language To Get The Results You Want! Why We Should Picture People Naked! Summary Chapter 2 – The Basics Of Understanding Body Language Introduction The Five Cardinal Rules Of Body Language The Rule Of Four Congruence Context Baselining A Caution About Biases During The Baselining Process Baselining Versus Innate Actions Intuition Versus Perception In Body Language: Seeing What We Want To See The Feet Are Honest Negative Body Language Is Usually More Honest Silent Speech Has Flow Verbal Language Is Confusing, Body Language Sorts Things Out The Evolutionary Differences Between Men And Women Are Men Bad Readers Of Body Language? So How Exactly Do The Minds Of Men And Women Differ? Age, Age Gaps, Status And Its Affect On Body Language Body Language Of Children Emulating Alpha’s Body Language Reading Posture Haptics: The Use Of Touch In Communication Body language And Energy displacement Fashion And Its Meaning Preening Summary Chapter 3 – Cultural Differences Introduction

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    Baselining is probably one of the m

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    The ‘nose crinkle’ can mean a n

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    Can this shyster ever be trusted? I

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    She really liked me, she was really

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    Chapter 2 - The Basics Of Understan

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    It is not all that surprising that

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    sometimes even so fast that they ar

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    Chapter 2 - The Basics Of Understan

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    Chapter 2 - The Basics Of Understan

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    at a game of solitary on her comput

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    Chapter 2 - The Basics Of Understan

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    instead. As people age, they become

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    whim of ‘Alpha’. As he states i

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    Confident erect posture.

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    thoracic (upper) and lumbar (lower)

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    Chapter 2 - The Basics Of Understan

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    Extreme anxiety causes the desire t

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    speculated that it is a health adve

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    Chapter 3 - Cultural Differences In

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    Thumbs up means good things in the

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    esearch has shown that some gesture

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    Emblems or “quotable gestures”

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    shape with the remaining fingers fl

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    do just that, they illustrate the m

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    happy we can show enthusiasm, or if

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    emotional state were reflected by c

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    A gestures that indicates anxiety r

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    Chapter 3 - Cultural Differences Re

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    people talk less or if done excessi

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    Sadness. Happiness.

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    A universal facial expression - Ang

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    Chapter 3 - Cultural Differences So

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    misrepresent touching as a sexual a

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    If you find yourself touring a fore

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    window or best view). Once a territ

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    Edward T. Hall in the early 1960s t

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    When space is invaded, we pull back

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    the group well, we still maintain a

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    Chapter 4 - Space and Territory Peo

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    where eye contact is met with smile

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    stranger but she will instinctively

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    Chapter 4 - Space and Territory Ind

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    Chapter 5 - Seeing Eye To Eye - A L

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    happens when one person directs the

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    scanned by men to be a turn-off, ho

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    will feel prey-like and under attac

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    A submissive child-like posture lea

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    You wouldn’t mess with this chick

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    Chapter 5 - Seeing Eye To Eye - A L

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    Chapter 5 - Seeing Eye To Eye - A L

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    ather than kept it upright. The les

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    All children are born with a small

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    Paul Ekman’s research into lying

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    actually looking at! Stealing looks

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    Chapter 5 - Seeing Eye To Eye - A L

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    Eye Access Cues. 1) Visual Remember

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    Chapter 5 - Seeing Eye To Eye - A L

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    down to show disgust or a crucial v

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    Chapter 6 - Smiles and Laughter Int

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    The orbicularis muscles contract to

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    through when the body language to s

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    Chapter 6 - Smiles and Laughter Whe

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    We can see how a fearful expression

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    may not include crow’s feet as we

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    when meeting new acquaintances, so

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    Chapter 6 - Smiles and Laughter Who

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    punishments and so smiles generate

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    or sexist jokes that offend others

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    comes about, we relinquish our cont

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    Unvoiced, snort-like (male) Unvoice

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    Chapter 7 - Opened Mind Opened Body

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    Closed body language happens whenev

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    Chapter 7 - Opened Mind Opened Body

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    Ventral distancing is also a nonver

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    The human brain has been shown to p

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    Open gestures are accompanied by ph

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    pockets makes us feel more comforta

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    Chapter 7 - Opened Mind Opened Body

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    Chapter 7 - Opened Mind Opened Body

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    those of lower status. Speakers mig

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    Chapter 7 - Opened Mind Opened Body

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    ecause it suppresses the brains abi

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    thwart sexual advances. As you read

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    A childhood throwback - making us f

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    The arm crosses and seems to serve

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    The head titled at 45 degrees says

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    thoughts and ideas. This is why is

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    Open legs can be seen as easy (or w

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    ehaviour. Men can use open legs to

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    Chapter 7 - Opened Mind Opened Body

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    Lots of cues in concert. Arms in a

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    Having the toes pointed inwards, of

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    Our toes point to where our mind th

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    conversation. It can be annoying to

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    Legs crossed at the ankles says I

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    While this type of eye avoidance is

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    someone in your company to have thi

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    should see more dominant people hol

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    Many sexual cues are submissive in

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    As we saw, forcing others to sit wh

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    anger, and isn’t pale with fear.

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    old, will pull his chin in and put

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    says “I am receptive, comfortable

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    classic eye-glass wearing domineeri

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    High ranking women in the workplace

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    She’s displeased and thinks you s

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    out. Therefore, as a way to reduce

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    ody. This nerve in particular, whil

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    Montague’s servant Abraham. This

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    with all people. Only sometimes doe

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    status by initiating it against men

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    Chapter 8 - Dominant and Submissive

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    Chapter 9 -Defensive And Aggressive

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    Chapter 9 -Defensive And Aggressive

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    Chapter 9 -Defensive And Aggressive

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    Chapter 9 -Defensive And Aggressive

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    Uncategorized Fist And Arms Clenche

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    Chapter 9 -Defensive And Aggressive

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    of a bag or briefcase where the arm

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    portion of the body behind a desk a

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    them from rejection. As you see, ob

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    them with an off-putting face and t

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    avoid eye contact by looking up or

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    She’s displeased and thinks you s

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    frowning, furrowing, or lowering th

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    Conversely, the arms and body can b

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    especially in subordinates. When do

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    Chapter 9 -Defensive And Aggressive

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    Chapter 10 - Attentive And Evaluati

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    directed, having their bodies orien

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    extreme cases it means they are sle

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    an emotional change has occurred an

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    A classic evaluative gesture done b

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    Chapter 10 - Attentive And Evaluati

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    The steeple can occur in body langu

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    Chapter 10 - Attentive And Evaluati

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    defend himself. I think the answer

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    Nail biting is an oral fixation tha

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    tell you who is the object of fear.

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    indicates stress, not happiness. Cl

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    The higher the grip, the more frust

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    As mentioned even positive events c

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    Touching or stroking the body helps

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    The arms of glasses can serve as a

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    when agitated and we go to them to

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    figuratively to the object with whi

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    The neck is an area that becomes pa

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    someone is touching their nose for

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    people or block them out and we’v

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    It is unfortunate for some that the

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    Chapter 11 - Emotional Body Languag

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    Anger Disgust. Some expressions are

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    The fear facial expression. Fear: T

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    Knowing about downtime can be used

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    Turtling is a limbic response to co

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    There are two types of hugs and eac

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    one party wishes to submit. We conc

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    Chapter 12 - Mirroring And Building

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    Chapter 12 - Mirroring And Building

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    there was no overlap in the price w

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    looking people will be found to res

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    Chapter 12 - Mirroring And Building

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    Chapter 12 - Mirroring And Building

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    As mirroring requires an emotional

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    are non-sexual, and will help women

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals Why

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    singles bars. In all, she monitored

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    As sad as it is, men and women seek

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    Nearly every motion of the body can

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    Many sexual cues are submissive in

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    each party is submitting to the nee

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    Pigeon toes or ‘tibial torsion’

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    under the eyebrows in a “come hit

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    submission is small doses to see ex

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals Wris

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    today! Chapter 13 - Courtship Signa

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals The

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals The

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    incidental, it’s the driving forc

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    wrapping one around the other. The

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    The skirt hike is an interesting bo

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals Prox

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    Touching escalation. Pointing, like

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    general, but the real excitement co

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals How

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    Turning the body away and taking a

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals He D

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    He must be wealthy! Research tells

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals The

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals Elim

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    Extreme anxiety causes the desire t

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    women and there are a variety of me

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    Does he really want to leave? In mo

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    killer for women. Men should avoid

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    Chapter 13 - Courtship Signals How

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    the first try, it tells us that she

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    travel over the face including the

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    what’s sandwiched in the middle,

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    Chapter 14 - Office Body Language H

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    So while we can use hand features t

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    has “no bones.” It can be so in

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    Chapter 14 - Office Body Language T

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    personality without putting people

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    language that tells us their future

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    Chapter 14 - Office Body Language L

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    don’t lag behind either. It’s a

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    and found that there are three main

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    uild group cohesion, the achiever t

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    ward were met with resistance it wa

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    conversation, this was the most oft

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    Chapter 15 - Seating Arrangements I

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    formality, distance and authority,

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    against East and West. In this card

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    Bridge is an interesting game playe

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    When a known leader is seated at a

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    open between each party, and when t

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    The affiliate can also “bait” t

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    Chapter 15 - Seating Arrangements S

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    ather than demonstrate authority, i

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    overlooked errors that players in t

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    Chapter 16 - Deception and Lie Dete

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    that is, police officers, interroga

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    In closing off this general introdu

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    While he COULD be lying, it’s muc

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    Chapter 16 - Deception and Lie Dete

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    Chapter 16 - Deception and Lie Dete

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    Chapter 16 - Deception and Lie Dete

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    elationships, with family members o

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    Chapter 16 - Deception and Lie Dete

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    difficult to control, they tend to

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    Surprise: Straight upward lift of t

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    to traumatic or discomforting event

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    people’s children would be more u

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    will pull their collar away from th

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    an increase in body temperature. Ly

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    punctuates the sentence with a neck

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    Reaching for the eyes, rubbing the

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    Mouth covering is another way to re

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    the nose can induce our hands in it

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    Closed body positions, as we know,

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    Shifty eyes, where the eyes dart al

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    commands. As our brains work, it re

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    have provided. Therefore, with resp

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    language that helps uncover the tru

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    differences. Bodies show discomfort

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    When trying to read someone for tru

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    thereby creating the behaviour inst

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    Argyle, M. The Psychology of Interp

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    Coreen Farris; Teresa A. Treat; Ric

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    Ekman, Paul; Friesen, Wallace V. 19

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    Journal of social psychology 111(1)

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    Evaluative Effects of an Interperso

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    Mutual Gaze Behavior in Young Infan

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    suggestive evidence for arousal. Jo

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    Raghubir, P. and A. Valenzuela. 200

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    Terrion, Jenepher Lennox; Ashforth,

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    Zweigenhaft, R. L. 1976. Personal s

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