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What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent’s Guide to Speed-Reading People: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-reading People Paperback – 7 Apr 2008
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“A masterful work on nonverbal body language by an exceptional observer. Joe Navarro’s work has been field-tested in the crucible of law enforcement at the highest levels within the FBI. I cannot praise the book enough.” (--David Givens, Ph.D., author of Crime Signals and Love Signals)
About the Author
Joe Navarro was a career FBI agent specializing in nonverbal communications and is now a lecturer and consultant for major companies worldwide. He has appeared on Hardball with Chris Matthews, the Today show, the CBS Early Show, CNN, Fox News, and other major media. He lives in Tampa, Florida.
Marvin Karlins received his Ph.D. in psychology from Princeton University and is senior professor of management at the University of South Florida. He is the author of twenty-three books and most recently collaborated with Joe Navarro on Phil Hellmuth Presents Read 'Em and Reap.
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The merit of this work is not as much that it gives some new insights. Its greatest value is that it delivers a good overview of all or most of the nonverbal cues in a systematic and clear way. Its best use is as an encyclopedia of which certain chapters or subchapters are consulted and reread on a regular basis. It is not always an easy read and it took me some effort to proceed to the end. There are indeed some repetitions but the book has the merit of giving a good overview of all or most nonverbal communication issues, and this based on the experience of a lifelong professional. The book teaches you to observe cues which you previously not focused on. The real work begins when you have finished the book: applying the information of the book in your day-to-day life: demanding but also enriching.
You will get easily explained examples which make it easy to learn to read peoples body language.
There is a little too much about our so called ancestors. and how they communicated, but other a VERY good book.