Body Language by Mark H. Ford JD
and Behavioral Profiling

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"Body language and Behavioral Profiling" is a timely book on the vital roles of nonverbal communications and people reading in our everyday lives. We all use body language to communicate our innermost feelings, thoughts, and attitudes along with spoken words. Knowing the hints, clues, signals, and signs that people use in business and social settings helps people to interpret behavioral motives, and enables them to rapidly organize information for quick decisions that may be consequential. In addition, facial expressions, posture, dress attire, and gestures that people use all infer future behavior patterns. In this book, body language signals and signs are broken down into understandable topics backed by authoritative sources. Practical pointers help readers to adopt better image and self-presentation skills. The social science tools that are covered will help readers to "get" the motives and behavior of others, while improving their own intercommunications, which helps people make more informed decisions, meet personal goals, and more fully protect themselves.
 

About Mark H. Ford JD

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Mark H. Ford, JD is a attorney and body language expert with degrees in law, the behaviroal sciences, and real estate. He has taught courses in jury selection and trial psychology for the Oklahoma Bar Association, and vo-tech courses in using psychology to sell real estate. His professional publications include "Trial Psychology" for the OBA/YLD Desk Manual and CD-Rom; "Tyrannosaurus Lex" for the Legal Secretaries Association, and "The Technology and Psychology of Modern Litigation" as well as "The psychology of Jury Selection" for a OBA continuing education seminar. In addition, he has published four other self-help books entitled "Self-Improvement of Relationship Skills Through Body Language", "Personal Power", "Survivors Manual", and "The New Art of Body Languag.
 
Published October 30, 2010 by Authorhouse. 344 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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