Body language

In an increasingly complex and fast-moving world body language can be the key to success or failure, 'Body language' explores this unspoken language and shows the reader how to interpret the signals they receive and how to control the messages they send.

Starting with such broad basics as first impressions and territorial behaviour, the book moves on to study the body signals the reader is likely to give out in specific situations, such as parties and social gatherings, the workplace, and sexual relationships.

A look at deception, and the contradictions that can occur between words and actions, is finally followed by an easy-to-read, visual dictionary of body language, showing key gestures along with their meanings.

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Subject(s)Cross curricular
Author(s)Susan Quilliam
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Shelf referenceA 153.69 QUI
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