Former FBI Agent Explains How to Read Accent Expert Breaks Down 1 day ago   14:44

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Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language?

Check out Joe's book "The Dictionary of Body Language"
https://www.jnforensics.com/

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Kitty Kat
when he got talking about those two people with the foot movement, honestly me every single time I meet anyone new :p or I'm not super comfortable with
Standing Skeleton Randy Frushour
What does jiggling your right foot reassessed behind the chair mean? That you're lying big time?
Standing Skeleton Randy Frushour
His first technique he doesn't at all discuss. Stalking or even staring at his target is primary and foremost to all this bs. It might give you a big advantage over the target because they're put on edge. It may not even give an accurate read of the target and further it's only a guess what the target is thinking and that's if even you are an intuitive person of others.
warriorprince101010
No such thing as a body language expert.
midnightchannel
OK, I played this video a little reluctantly but immediately knew Id like this guy when he said that crossing your arms indicates "blocking" was nonsense: I always thought that was nonsense was, so I think I'm going to like this guy!
Ken Man
I'm reading this guy's body language. He thinks he knows it all.
Akashi Mitsumoto
so I guess those who are able to intentionally maneuver random gestures at disposal are the perfect spies...?
jason gideon
after binge watching the mentalist, and criminal minds,i seriously had a conflict of intrest if am patrick jane or aaorn hotchner.
X X
bruh im part east europe and i never recall anyone holding a flower upside down, people say its bad as it can rip petals off
Shannon Provost
Be happy people take the time to educate other people. Life is not a competition.
Oracle
I thought I was going to find this interesting because I love psychology. However, this man is not considering how people with anxiety disorder react in public places. People with anxiety disorder do these things just because they're anxious not because they're lying or whatever 🙄 I guess law enforcement needs to take a few psychology courses over again.
Dino Vukusic
He is so smart but doesnt know to unbutton his jacket when sitting, talking about non verbals...
Ruat Fela
What i can really say about you is ..your not kristian..atliest you kill 10 people ..😊😊😊your wrong..i saw alot of people who tell lie with confidently.. there's lot of people who always nervous weither they tell the truth or not.
Nona Shah
Plot twist, his body language tells me the chair was too short and uncomfortable for him.
Djunn Thao
That's cute
Kari
S T O P R I G H T T H E R E S P Y
WICKEDLEE LOOPY
Just go start doing random stuff if your arrested regardless.
Little Foot
I learned nothing.
Amit Kushwaha
its obvious that NATO, CIA and American intelligence never understood the body language of arabs,vietnam, serbia, so they bombed them.
lions roar
What is the deception when blacks hold their junk at a street corner ?
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Accent Expert Breaks Down Former FBI Agent Explains How to Read 1 day ago   20:33

Dialect coach Erik Singer analyzes some of the most famous "constructed languages" in movie and television history. Which real-life languages inspired "conlangs" like Klingon and Dothraki?

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Check out more from Erik here: http://www.eriksinger.com/

Languages Covered: Na’vi, Dothraki, Klingon, Sindarin, Parseltongue, Ewokese, Shyriiwook, Divine Language, Mork Speak, Groot Speak, Malkovich, Furbish, Heptapod.

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