Table of contents for Body language for dummies / Elizabeth Kuhnke.


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Introduction
About This Book
Conventions Used in This Book
What You're Not To Read
Foolish Assumptions
How This Book is Organised
Part I: In the Beginning Was the Gesture
Part II: Body Parts: Starting at the Top
Part III: Body Parts - The Limbs

Part IV: Putting the Body Into Social and Business Context

Part V: The Part of Tens

Icons Used in This Book

Where to Go From Here

Part I: In the Beginning Was the Gesture.

Chapter 1. Body Language Defined

Chapter 2. Communicating Silently

Chapter 3. Some Basic Assumptions of Body Language

Part II: Body Parts - Starting at the Top

Chapter 4. Heading to the Heart of the Matter
Chapter 5. Facial Expressions

Chapter 6. The Eyes Have It

Chapter 7. Lip Reading

Part III: Body Parts - The Limbs

Chapter 8. Take It From the Torso

Chapter 9. ArmingYourself

Chapter 10. It's in the Palm of Your Hand
Chapter 11. Standing Your ground

Chapter 12. Using Props

Part IV: Putting the Body Into Social and Business Context

Chapter 13. Territorial Rights and Regulations

Chapter 14. Rating, Dating and Mating

Chapter 15. Interviewing, Influencing and Playing Politics
Chapter 16. The Cultural Divide

Chapter 17. Reading the Signs

Part V: The Part of Tens

Chapter 18: Spotting deception

Chapter 19: Revealing your attractiveness
Chapter 20: Learning about someone without asking


Chapter 21: Improving your silent
Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Body language.