Подождите, пожалуйста, выполняется поиск в заданном разделе
› Psychology and pedagogy
› Body language
1. body language. content
2. Body language. Introduction
3. The world is not at all what it seems
4. Do you know your own palm?
5. How to cope with the contradictions of body language? Kinesics, Kinesic techniques. findings
6. How we wrote this book
7. Body language. Learning the basics
8. In the beginning was ...
9. Why do we sometimes get wrong
10. How body language reveals emotions and thoughts
11. Why women are more susceptible
12. What does science say
13. Why do fortunetellers know so much?
14. Is innate, inherited or acquired skill?
15. Some basics
16. Universal gestures
17. Three rules for the correct interpretation of gestures
18. Why are body language signals so easily misinterpreted?
19. Why is it so easy to understand children
20. Is it possible to imitate the body language signals?
21. Life story: the deceitful seeker
22. How to become an expert in the field of body language
23. All in your palms
24. How to recognize openness and sincerity
25. Conscious use of palms to deceive
26. Palm strength
27. A little finger experiment
28. Handshake analysis
29. Who should give the hand first?
30. How does the desire for control and domination
31. Submissive handshake
32. How to establish equality
33. How to stop the power game
34. Cold, sticky handshake
35. The advantage of being on the left side
36. Handshakes of men and women
37. Handshake with both hands
38. Handshakes for control
39. Blair-Bush Power Games
40. Eight worst handshakes in the world
41. Handshake Rabin - Arafat
42. The magic of smile and laughter
43. Smile is a signal of subordination.
44. Why is a smile so contagious?
45. How smile deceives the mind
46. Learning to imitate a smile
47. Laughter is the best medicine.
48. Laughter must be taken seriously
49. Why can we laugh and talk, but no chimpanzees
50. Humor treatment
51. Laughter to tears
52. How jokes work
53. Laugh room
54. Smiles and laughter help to establish mutual understanding.
55. Consistently sour expression
56. Advice to women
57. Laughter and love
58. Hand signals
59. Why crossing arms can be harmful
60. Arms crossed
62. Strengthening the crossing of hands
63. Forearm wrap
64. Chief vs subordinates
66. How to show uncertainty rich and famous
67. Coffee cup barrier
68. Power of touch
69. Touching the brush
70. National differences
71. We will conduct a cultural test
72. Why do we all become Americans
73. Cultural foundations are the same all over the world.
74. Greetings Differences
75. Clash of cultures
76. English gesture - tight upper lip
78. "You're a dirty, disgusting pig!" - Blowing nose
79. The three most common ethnic gestures
80. Touch or not touch?
81. How to offend a representative of a different culture
82. Hand gestures and thumbs
83. What do hands say
84. One side...
85. Palm rubbing
86. Rubbing fingers
87. Coupled brushes
89. Using the "Spire" to win in chess
90. Face show
91. Arms folded behind the back
92. Thumbs up
93. Thumbs pockets
94. Evaluation and Deception Signals
95. Lie research
96. Three wise monkeys
97. How a person gives out the truth
98. Women lie much better, and this is true
99. Why is it so hard to lie
100. The eight most common gestures of deception
101. Gestures of assessment and delay
102. Evaluation gestures
103. The lying job seeker
104. Chin stroking
106. Rubbing the neck and slaps
107. Why Bob always loses chess
108. Double meaning
109. Eye signals
110. Dilated pupils
111. Let's do a little experiment
112. Women, as always, better
113. Raised eyebrows
114. Wide eyes
116. How to light a fire in men
117. The direction of the look - where are you looking?
118. How to maintain contact views on a nudist beach
119. How to attract the attention of men
120. Most liars look straight in the eyes
121. How to avoid becoming an object of attack
123. Increased blinking
124. Views from side to side
125. Face geography
126. The history of politics (a person looks from side to side)
127. Look me straight in the eyes, baby
128. The first 20 seconds of the interview
129. What channel are you tuned to?
130. How to keep eye contact with the audience
131. How to present visual information
132. Energetic rise
133. Unwanted invasion - territory and personal space
134. Personal space
135. Spatial areas
136. Practical application of spatial zones
137. Who and whose space invades?
138. Why we do not like to ride in elevators
139. Why is the crowd always aggressive
140. Spatial rituals
141. Lunch test
142. National factors affecting the size of spatial zones
143. Why the Japanese always lead in a waltz
144. Spatial zones in the city and countryside
145. Territory and property
146. Vehicle territory
147. Will conduct an experiment
148. How our legs betray our innermost thoughts
149. Feet betray the whole truth
150. Destination feet
151. Four basic standing positions
152. Pose defensive, frozen or "just comfortable"?
153. As we move from closed to open position
154. Crossing legs in Europe
155. American Four
156. When the body is closed, the mind is closed
157. Bowing in the Pose Four
158. Ankle cross
159. Short skirt syndrome
160. Catching legs
161. Leg parallelism
162. Right leg forward, right leg back
163. Gestures that demonstrate readiness
164. Mirroring - a means of achieving mutual understanding
165. Creating a normal atmosphere
166. Specularity at the cellular level
167. Women and men mirroring manifests itself in different ways
168. When men and women look like
169. Do we remind our pets?
170. Monkey see monkey do
171. Coincidence of votes
172. Conscious achievement of mutual understanding
173. Who copies whom?
174. Secret signals of cigarettes, glasses and makeup
175. Two types of smokers
176. Differences between men and women while smoking
177. Smoking as a sexual demonstration
178. How to identify a positive or negative attitude of the smoker
179. Cigar smoking
180. Completion of the smoking process
181. Points language
182. Looking over the glasses
183. Points at the top
184. Energy glasses and makeup
185. And what about lipstick?
186. What does the briefcase mean?
187. How does the body give direction to our thoughts?
188. What does body tilt mean
189. How we exclude an undesirable interlocutor from a conversation. In the following figure, you see that two interlocutors are turned at an angle of 45 ° to each
190. Body direction while sitting
191. Foot direction
192. Courtship rituals and signals of attraction
193. The presence of a colorful male
194. Graham's Story
195. Why do women always play first violin
196. Differences between men and women
197. Attraction process
198. Thirteen most common female courtship cues
199. What do men pay attention to first?
200. Why beautiful people live so hard
201. What he likes more - chest, buttocks or legs?
202. Male signals and gestures of courtship
203. Why do men talk to women at the beginning of a personal relationship?
204. Groin mania
205. Groin scratching
206. Tie knocked to the side
207. What most like women in men
208. What do women most like breasts, legs or buttocks?
209. Signals of ownership, territoriality and growth
210. Body slope and status
211. Famous man in town
212. Why do some people on TV seem higher than they really are?
213. Experiment on the floor
214. Reverse side of growth
215. How politicians win votes
216. How to calm an angry person
217. What is necessary for the welfare of marriage?
218. Growth strategy
219. Sitting at the table - where and why you need to sit
220. Let's do a little experiment
221. Angular location (B1)
222. Collaboration Position (B2)
223. Defensive position, rivalry position (B3)
224. Independent position (B4)
225. It's not about the words, but in your place.
226. King Arthur concept
227. Involvement of two interlocutors in conversation
228. Rectangular meeting tables
229. Why teacher's pets most often sit on the left
230. Power games at home
231. How to make listeners sob
232. Table spot
233. Learning Experiment
234. Decision making at lunch
235. Interviews, power games and office politics
236. Why does James Bond look calm, confident and collected?
237. Nine Golden Rules for Making a Good Impression Right Away
238. When you are forced to wait
239. Imitate until you really learn
240. Seven simple ways to earn respect
241. Office power games
242. How to change the territorial division of the table
243. Negotiating in a sitting position
244. How to equip the office
245. Test of body language knowledge - Let's sum up
246. Secrets of Positive Body Language