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The Definitive Book of Body Language (2004) by body language experts Allan and Barbara Pease is a comprehensive guide to non-verbal communication. An expanded version of Allen Pease’s Body Language (1981), The Definitive Book of Body Language outlines the basics of body language, including expressions, gestures, and physical movements, and offers supporting scientific data to explain what body language telegraphs in everyday exchanges...

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  • 16-08-2020

too short and very limited details

the whole thing is way too short without any details so I definitely wouldn't recommend maybe the real book would be nice

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  • 07-05-2019

What’s the point

Why have this book? I want the real book not just a summary. I can’t believe I had to pay for this.

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