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The definitive book of body language

Author: Allan Pease; Barbara Pease
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2006
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Bantham hardcover edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allan Pease; Barbara Pease
ISBN: 9780553804720 0553804723
OCLC Number: 465520044
Notes: Originalår: 2004
Description: xiii, 386 s. : ill.
Contents: Introduction --
All things are not what they seem --
How well do you know the back of your hand? --
How well can you spot body-language contradictions? --
How we wrote this book --
Your body-language dictionary --
1. Understanding the basics --
In the beginning ... --
Why it's not what you say --
How body language reveals emotions and thoughts --
Why women are more perceptive --
What brain scans show --
How fortune-tellers know so much --
Inborn, genetic, or learned culturally? --
Some basic origins --
Universal gestures --
Three rules for accurate reading --
Why it can be easy to misread --
Why kids are easier to read --
Can you fake it? --
True-life story : the lying job applicant --
How to become a great reader --
2. The power is in your hands --
How to detect openness --
Intentional use of the palms to deceive --
The law of cause and effect --
Palm power --
Our audience experiment --
An analysis of handshake styles --
Who should reach first? --
How dominance and control are communicated --
The submissive handshake --
How to create equality --
How to create rapport --
How to disarm a power player --
The cold, clammy handshake --
Gaining the left-side advantage --
When men and women shake hands --
The double-hander --
Handshakes of control --
The Blair-Bush power game --
The solution --
The world's eight worst handshakes --
The Arafat-Rabin handshake --
Summary
Responsibility: Allan & Barbara Pease

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