By Adrian Furnham
This cutting edge new paintings clarifies the misconceptions aroundbody language whereas delivering a systematic method of figuring out non-verbal communicationat paintings. The authors clarify why it's so vital to appreciate physique language in company, combining demanding examine proof with unambiguous information and useful purposes.
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I prefer to keep her at arm’s length”. • Orientation: “I dislike people who are always taking sides”. “I feel diametrically opposed to everything he does”. • Odor: “I like the sweet smell of success”. “He has a nose for where the money is”. “Yet she still came up smelling of roses”. “He is always sticking his nose in other people’s business”. “She always sticks her nose in the air”. “I will ensure that I rub his nose in it”. • Body state expression: Feeling is often expressed in terms of body language.
The smiling expression helps the ventriloquist to deceive observers, while in the case of the “bare-faced” liar it makes others less alert to what is going on. The science of smiling Smiling may be natural or faked. The broad, genuine, expressive and spontaneous smile can be defined physiologically in terms of what muscles do to different parts of the face; lips, cheeks or eyes. There is also the wry, miserable smile, often lopsided, that indicates recognition of the vicissitudes of fate. The polite smile – often more like a grimace – is as much a sign of embarrassment as happiness.
Politicians, movie stars and media people practice smiling. So do those in the hospitality business. There are things they learn not to do: open your mouth, unless laughing; producing a sudden flash smile; or having a choreographed smile that bears no relation to what you are saying. Saying cheese produces fake smiles. People well-known for smiling very little (Vladimir Putin, Charles Bronson, Margaret Thatcher) have a reputation for being tough and non-submissive, which is the impression they want to portray.