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Peter Collett - The book of tells

Peter Collett - The book of tells

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Peter Collett - The book of tells
Peter Collett - The book of tells

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Published by: gyeorg on Nov 25, 2012
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ISBN 0-553-81459-1
ell is an action that tells you what
is thinking - even if that persondoesn't know it themselves. . .
Did you know that the way you stand, how you position your elbows,move your feet or hands, says a lot about how dominant or submissiveyou feel? Or that when you're trying to hide your feelings, your sexualattitudes are betrayed by your eyes and mouth? Even the way you smile -and the facial muscles you use - shows whether you are genuinely happyor faking it! These are
and they are highly revealing. In fact,wherever you are and whatever you're doing, your movementsprovide important clues about your state of mind.In
The Book of Tells 
Peter Collett, resident psychologist on Channel 4's
Big Brother 
series, introduces us to the fascinating concept of
showing how they work, where they come from and how to identifyand interpret them. While teaching you to read the motives and actionsof other people, this invaluable resource also helps you to focus on themessages that you unwittingly send, and the impact that these mighthave on those around you.Comprehensive, accessible and fun to use,
The Book of Tells 
offers anew, unifying vocabulary for understanding human communication -and a unique opportunity to read others and yourself.'It is quite an eye-opener to discover what a deviousgame we humans play with our unwittingmessages of communication'Critic's Choice
Daily Mail 
Dr Peter Collett is a social psychologist. For many yearshe taught and conducted research studies at theDepartment of Experimental Psychology at OxfordUniversity. He has co-authored two books, including
Gestures: Their Origins and Distribution 
with DesmondMorris, and is the author of
Foreign Bodies: A Guide to European Mannerisms.
He has appeared in varioustelevision documentaries and is currently residentpsychologist on the hugely popular Channel 4 series
Big Brother.
He lives with his family in Oxford.

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