How to Analyze People on Sight

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Mundus Publishing, Feb 5, 2013 - Education - 244 pages
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Written at the beginning of the 20th century, now almost a comical analysis of the human body type and the psychological characteristics of each. In her time, Elsie, was on the cutting edge of human analysis and applauded for her cunning observations. A great read, with some aspects still applicable and helpful to analyzing people on site in our modern world.
  

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This is a very interesting read, and i can confirm that some of this is true, i have seen it first hand and have compared the data with my own experience and the experiences of others, but i would think that anyone with a capable mind or a well grounded existence would be able to find out information like this just by looking at a person without even having to think about it....
A good read regardless.
 

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Elsie Lincoln Benedict

Ralph Paine Benedict

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