A fascinating, highly illustrated guide to the secret language of body gestures and postures that reveals what we really think and mean.
If you cross your legs are you relaxed or tense? What does it mean if you stroke your chin? Do you know the meaning behind a friend lowering their eyebrows? Would you know how to greet an inhabitant of Greenland? How would you subliminally show ownership of your brand-new car or house?
All these questions and many more are answered in Collins Gem Body Language.
Now fully illustrated with colour photographs of hundreds of gestures, postures and `attitudes', this is the handiest visual analysis of body gestures and everyday scenarios available.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 113 g
Dimensions: 117 x 82 x 12 mm
`This little Gem is very easy to read. I was unable to put it down. It contains very concise information on Body Language. It covers most of the basics and principles of the study of body language and even contains certain information not found in much thicker publications. For anyone wishing to study human behaviour it is a great introduction'.
If you want a book on what the position of the body means without going into detail about why, then go for it. It's easy to carry about and is interesting reading and having fun trying to read other people'
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