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Body Language

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Emily Berényi

on 16 May 2015

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Transcript of Body Language

Most used sitting positions
Handshake
Body Language
Rules
Zones
Face
Palms
Legs
Eyes
Lying
microexpressions
"I like you..." signals
Arms
Important situations
Correct body language
Cultural signals
read gestures in clusters
look for congruence
read gestures in context
inborn
genetic
learned
cultural
dominant
submissive
What is the right handshake?
upright hands
equal power
be friendly
Arm holding
wrist hold:
OK between old
acquaintances

elbow,forearm grasp:
still OK, in even closer relationships
upper arm grip, shoulder hold:
not OK with anybody. Maybe with the family members.
only positive arm gesture (open arms)

openness
negative feelings
fear
dislike
non talkative
antipathy

defense
guard rail
Hand gripping behind the back
hand in hand: superiority,
self-confidence

wrist, upper arm: anger or frustration
Clenched hands
hand on mouth or nose
neck scraping
new head position immediately OR more eye contact
"I don't want to talk"
"Trus me!"
Main standing positions
impassive,
doesn't show anything
male dominance signal
in a new group, between unknown people, uncommunicative, defensive
the front foot shows where the mind wants to go
One leg before the other
Crossed legs
Europe, Asia
America
temporization
end of the talk
rejection
superiority
MIRROR: imitate a few gestures
FACE: much smile
GESTICULATION: not crossed legs or folded arms
HEAD: I talk - nodding 3 at a time
someone talks to me - head turned aside

POSTURE: I talk - leaning ahead
someone talks to me - hold straight oneself
TERRITORY: the distance what we feel good
focus on their power and genital area
hair tampering
wrist or neck
hands under head
open legs
watching from the corner of her eyes
open mouth
"I'm the smartest."
"I'm the smartest!"
the lint picker
the straddler
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