Body Language

Book Review: You Say More Than You Think By Janine Driver

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“Truthful people convey, while liars attempt to convince.” ~Janine Driver

15 Meters/11Seconds By C Flaherty and AR Green

Chris Flaherty and AR Green both Senior Research Associates at the University of Wollongong have provided me with this paper surrounding their research into terrorist attacks involving suicide bombers and have allowed me to share it here..

Dangerous Body Language: Digging Beyond What You See!

I read a very interesting article on TSA screening  and the SPOT program developed by Paul Ekman they are using in and effort to spot potential terrorist and or terrorist activity. The article “More on Airport Clairvoyance Machines” by Ed Brayton discusses the validity of the technique of using body language and facial expressions in our efforts to make airports and travel safer.

Dangerous Body Language: Detecting Deception and Danger

My good friend Scott Shipman the owner of a boutique consulting firm in the Washington DC area who puts Col. John Boyd’s ideas into action and who has helped me gain a deeper understanding of the Boyd’s concepts through conversations, writings and debates over the past several years has sent me this Interesting research “How to tell when someone is lying” by Professor of psychology R.

KEY ARTICLES, POSTS AND WORKSHOP: TOPIC "Dangerous Body Language"

What is the aim or purpose of this series? To improve our ability to shape and adapt to unfolding circumstances, so that we can survive on our own terms. So we are more safe, successful and effective on the street. This work is centered on winning conflict!

Dangerous Body Language: A Thousand Words...None Spoken! The Nose, Mouth and Lips

By Fred Leland

A Thousand Words…None Spoken! Is a quote from a law enforcement and security professional participating in one of the workshops I presented a few years back on dangerous body language. It was his way of grasping and understanding the concept of non-verbal communication as it relates to fine tuning his abilities of, pattern recognition and in understanding the subtle signs and signals of danger otherwise known as dangerous body language.

Dangerous Body Language: A Thousand Words...None Spoken! Darting Eyes

A Thousand Words…None Spoken! Is a quote from a law enforcement and security professional participating in one of the workshops I presented a few years back on dangerous body language. It was his way of grasping and understanding the concept of non-verbal communication as it relates to fine tuning his abilities of, pattern recognition and in understanding the subtle signs and signals of danger otherwise known as dangerous body language.

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