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This classic books introduces kinetics, the science of non-verbal communication, which is used to analyze the common gestures we use and observe every day, gestures which reveal our deepest feelings and hidden thoughts to total strangers—if they know how to read them.
Published: RowmanLittlefield on
ISBN: 9781461662921
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Yes, I know this is probably outdated- but I still love what mr. Fast is saying, and I guess his musings are still valid today!more
This book was one of the first book for the general public that was based on the scince of body language and interpersonal space. It is an easy resd with a lot of fun information. I am not sure how up to date the information is since this book was written in the 70s.more
I was hoping from this to get a better guide on body language- this means this. Ideally, I was hoping for a book of tips on how to convey the messages you want- how to act in an interview, on a date, etc. Instead, this book gave many interesting anecdotes and examples, but no guide. It was interesting and I did learn things, but I was hoping for a more concrete guide.more
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Yes, I know this is probably outdated- but I still love what mr. Fast is saying, and I guess his musings are still valid today!more
This book was one of the first book for the general public that was based on the scince of body language and interpersonal space. It is an easy resd with a lot of fun information. I am not sure how up to date the information is since this book was written in the 70s.more
I was hoping from this to get a better guide on body language- this means this. Ideally, I was hoping for a book of tips on how to convey the messages you want- how to act in an interview, on a date, etc. Instead, this book gave many interesting anecdotes and examples, but no guide. It was interesting and I did learn things, but I was hoping for a more concrete guide.more
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