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Let the legendary leader in human behavior, Dr. David J. Lieberman, show you how to read anyone.

When the stakes are high—negotiations, interrogations, questions of abuse, theft, or fraud—find out quickly who is out for you, and who is out to get you.

Topics: Personality Psychology, Communication, Love, and Guides

Published: David Lieberman on
ISBN: 9780978631376
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