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Book of Tells (edition 2003)

by Peter Collett

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Title:Book of Tells
Authors:Peter Collett
Info:Doubleday (2003), Paperback, 329 pages
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  miketroll | Feb 24, 2007 |
An intimate look at the signals we send everyday, without even knowing, this is an excellent book for anyone who wants to learn how to recognize, control and use such 'non verbal tells'. Reading this book explains much of one's "gut feeling" or "intuition" about individuals or situations. A fascinating read, and recommended. ( )
  Meggo | Mar 11, 2006 |
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This inspirational and illuminating book from the resident psychologist of Channel 4's 'Big Brother' series reveals how to 'read' the thoughts of oneself and others through body language, offering a new, unifying vocabulary for understanding human communication and social influence.… (more)

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