I Can Read You Like a Book: How to Spot the Messages and Emotions People are Really Sending with Their Body Language
Step-by-step, you will develop the skills the best interrogators and detectives use to assess spies, criminals, and witnesses. As part of the process, you will observe some of the most famous people in the world through interrogator Greg Hartley's eyes. You'll discover what emotions these politicians, pundits, and stars are leaking through their body language and facial expressions, and what their answers (or non-answers) are really saying.
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Maryann Karinch,Gregory Hartley
No preview available - 2008
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