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Deciphering Cause And Effect From Seating Position Summary Chapter 16 – Deception and Lie detection Introduction Why We Lie The Nine Reasons We Lie Deception Causes Arousal, Generally Duping Delight, Eye Contact And Smiling Lying Is Hard Work?
Nervousness And Guilt In Lying Liars Freeze Up But Master Poker Players Become Dynamic?
Remaining Uncommitted Touch Reduction The Truth Bias Are Truth Tellers Less Cooperative?
The Facial Action Coding System Or FACT Another Way To Detect Lies Microexpressions Examples of Microexpression. Police As Lie Detectors Lying In Children The Most Common Gestures Associated With Liars: Increased Face-Touching Ear Pull Neck Scratch And Collar Pull Hand To Eye Gestures Hand To Mouth Gestures Nose Language Closed Body Postures Eye Patterns In Lying Verbal And Paraverbal Cues Nervous Body Language – The ‘Other’ Cues f MRI In Lie Detection Thermal Scanners, Eye Trackers, Pupillometers And Stress Sniffers So Which People Are Good At Detecting Lies?
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Emblems, Illustrators, Affect Displays, Adaptors And Regulators Emblems: Word Replacement Gestures Some More Examples Of Emblems Illustrators: To Colour Language Affect Or Emotional Displays Recognizing Body Affect By Culture Adaptors Regulators, Regulate Speech How To Use Regulators Culturally Our Bodies Are All Basically The Same!
Some Gestures Are Universal High/Low Context, Culture And Touching The Ways Cultures Meet And Greet Summary Chapter 4 – Space And Territory Introduction Proxemics Personal Space Distances Culture And Personal Space Personal Space And Country Folk Status, Context And Personal Space People As Objects Space And Eye Contact Spatial Empathy The Urinal Game Indicators of Invasion Summary Chapter 5 – Seeing Eye To Eye – A Look At The Language Of The Eye Introduction Gazing The Friendly Social Gaze When Men’s Eyes Meet Women’s Eyes – The Intimate Gaze The Business Gaze Why Sometimes Eye Contact Is Bad Putting Your Best Side Forth How To Avoid An Attack Or Speeding Ticket Dilated Pupils The Room Encompassing Glance Eye Blink Rate Extended Eye Blinking Eye Blocking The Double Wink Eye Flashes, Eye Widening And Flashbulb Eyes Looking Up Through The Forehead Eye Size And Neoteny Shifty Eyes Looking Askance And Eye Rolling Stealing Looks Audience Eye Contact Eye Direction, Thought And NLP Using The Eye Trick To Predict Things How People Learn Eye Contact In Business Eye Contact During A Job Interview Eyebrow Flash – The Social Greeting When And How To Use The Eyebrow Flash Catching People Who Fail To Recognize You The Eyebrows In Communication Summary Chapter 6 – Smiles and Laughter Introduction The Origins Of The Smile And The Honest Smile Where Do Smiles Come From?
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