Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Monday, March 28, 2011
If only they both would have been better about reading body language and facial expressions. Watch the man who enters and sits down, and how quickly he decides it might be good to move. Watch her friend who changes seat positions, and her posture, and how she plays a lead role in having the conflict grow...
The real hero, is the 'hold up, hold up, chill out" guy.
Unfortunately it is not all that uncommon:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFw5pc2SAAU this was a little different in that one of the parties was attempting to diffuse the situation, which usually works, but I would suspect both were not of sound mind. The hero here is how a girl places herself in between them when the fight is broken up, but in the most subtle way, not many people would do this.
If you look through them, there are a common common things that happen: escalation of the communication from forceful talk to yelling; placing props to the side; both parties become more aggressive in some way.
This is raw emotion and why several law enforcement are being trained to recognize the heightened emotion, and responding in an unexpected manner (calmness). Many times neither party wants to back down, until the conflict boils over into physical assaults.◦
at 12:21 PM
Saturday, March 12, 2011
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Sunday, March 6, 2011
"Body language is undoubtedly one of the most important forms of human communication. Especially when someone isn’t talking.
"Which is why I was so fascinated by a recent article in Forbes in which body language expert Carol Kinsey Goman examined Steve Jobs' recent performance at the iPad 2 unveiling. Her conclusion? "
at 10:08 AM
Thursday, March 3, 2011
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Patti Wood, a body language expert based in Atlanta, noticed early in her career that people with certain personalities seemed to sneeze in particular ways.
The company that makes the allergy drug Benadryl asked her several years ago to study sneezing and personality types.
Researcher defines four categories of sneezers - St. Petersburg Times◦
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