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The Body Language


The Body Language
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Description

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Introduction
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Body language is an important part of communication which can constitute 50% or more of what we are communicating. If you wish to communicate well, then it makes sense to understand how you can (and cannot) use your body to say what you mean.

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Main Feature:
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1) A Framework for Understanding
* PERCEPTIVENESS, INTUITION AND HUNCHES
* INBORN, GENETIC, LEARNED AND CULTURAL SIGNALS
* SOME BASICS AND THEIR ORIGINS
* The Ring or OK Gesture
* The Thumb-Up Gesture
* The V Sign
* GESTURE CLUSTERS
* Congruence
* Gestures in Context
* Other Factors Affecting Interpretation
* Status and Power
* FAKING BODY LANGUAGE
* How To Tell Lies Successfully
* HOW TO LEARN BODY LANGUAGE
2) Territories and Zones
* PERSONAL SPACE
* Zone Distances
* Practical Applications of Zone Distances
* Spacing Rituals
* Cultural Factors Affecting Zone Distances
* Country v City Spatial Zones
* TERRITORY AND OWNERSHIP
* Motor Vehicles
3) Palm Gestures
* INTENTIONAL USE OF PALMS TO DECEIVE
* Palm Power
* SHAKING HANDS
* Dominant and Submissive Handshakes
* Who Reaches First?
* Hand Shake Styles
4) Hand and Arm Gestures
* Rubbing the palms together
* Thumb and Finger Rub
* Hands Clenched Together
* Steepling Hands
* GRIPPING HANDS, ARMS AND WRISTS
* THUMB DISPLAYS
5) Hand-to-Face Gestures
* DECEIT, DOUBT, LYING
* The Mouth Guard
* Nose Touching
* The Eye Rub
* The Ear Rub
* The Neck Scratch
* The Collar Pull
* Fingers in the Mouth
* INTERPRETING AND MISINTERPRETING
* CHEEK AND CHIN GESTURES
* HEAD-RUBBING AND HEAD-SLAPPING GESTURES
6) Arm Barriers
7) Leg Barriers
8) Other Popular Gestures and Actions
9) Eye Signals
10) Courtship Gestures and Signals
11) Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Glasses
12) Territorial and Ownership Gestures
13) Carbon Copies and Mirror Images
14) Body Lowering and Status
15) Pointers
16) Desks, Tables and Seating Arrangements
17) Power Plays
18) Putting It All Together


My own investigations showed that little useful information was available on body language and, although libraries and universities had records of the studies done on it, most of this information consisted of closely set manuscripts and theoretical assumptions compiled in an objective manner by people who had little or no practical experience in dealing with other human beings.

Note : The information contained in this application is strictly for educational purposes. Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in this application, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. we are in no event be held liable to any party for any direct, indirect, punitive, special, incidental or other consequential damages arising directly or indirectly from any use of this material, which is provided ìas isî, and without warranties.

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