- Tapa dura: 386 páginas
- Editor: Bantam Dell (1 de julio de 2006)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0553804723
- ISBN-13: 978-0553804720
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº54.963 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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The Definitive Book of Body Language: The Hidden Meaning Behind People's Gestures and Expressions (Inglés) Tapa dura – jul 2006
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" When Allan and Barbara Pease write, I read. And underline. And learn. And laugh. And steal. The Definitive Book of Body Language is a marvel of a book!" -- Tom Peters, author of" In Search of Excellence and Re-Imagine!"
"When Allan and Barbara Pease write, I read. And underline. And learn. And laugh. And steal. The Definitive Book of Body Language is a marvel of a book!"--Tom Peters, author of In Search of Excellence and Re-Imagine!
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The ultimate guide to human body language explains how to decipher nonverbal communication, how to read other people's thoughts and emotions through their gestures, and how to insure that one's own gestures are sending the right message. Previously published as
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I'm a writer. In an attempt to add more than nodding, smiling, frowning, etc. to my fiction, I needed a book that described more subtle expressions and gestures. I'm about half-way through this book (I read resource books like this a few pages a day over a period of months) and it is exactly what I needed. The tone is light, not bogged down in academic-style prose, and has already given me several insights and models for character behavior. I consider it a good addition to my reference shelf.
when passing people in a crowded hallway, woman passing a man tend to turn her chest away to pass, while a man will turn his chest toward the female.
when you cross your arms, do you cross the right over the left or the left over the right? Did you know that 70% of people tend to do this in a certain way? (answer in the book)
So are you going to be a Body Language expert after this book... no, however it gives you a great base-line on where to start and as with most things (see Malcolm Gladwell's -'Outliers' or Geoff Colvin -'Talent is Overrated') it's going to take practice (a lot of it) to become an expert.
Here's something you can do while you wait for the book in the mail: while watching TV (when people are interacting) mute the sound... see if you can pick up on what is going on, what are the emotions, and notice the mannerisms and gestures. Then if you have a DVR rewind and unmute or if you don't then just unmute the TV and see if you were right.
Overall I would highly recommend this book. Now onto my next one.... Jef Nance - Conquering Deception :)
One thing I'm not really enjoying with this book is that it's written like there's a bunch of research behind what is written but there aren't any citations, only anecdotal references to research, unless of course that research was done by the author.