Subliminally Exposed by Steven Dayan MD
Shocking truths about your hidden desires in mating, dating and communicating. Use cautiously.

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Subliminally Exposed gives you the keys to unlocking your subconscious brain, allowing you to better understand the motivations and reasons behind your thinking, prejudices, and actions. Learn to translate others’ communication and feelings within a millisecond, and be empowered to use appearance for sending subliminal messages. However, be prepared. Whether you use it for gain or deceit, for better or worse, the knowledge and tools you acquire from this book will in some way affect every one of your relationships. Are you ready?
 

About Steven Dayan MD

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Dr. Steven Dayan, a native Chicagoan, is an internationally renowned board-certified facial plastic surgeon, frequent lecturer, physician educator, and active researcher in emerging cosmetic medicine technologies and techniques. He has published more than eighty articles in medical journals and authored four books. As a clinical assistant professor at the University of Illinois he has trained thousands of physicians worldwide. Over the years, Dr. Dayan has racked up a long list of professional accolades, including the American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation's Leadership Award and the Chicago Medical Society's Public Service Award. He has also been recognized as a “Top Doc” by numerous organizations including Castle Connolly, U.S News & World Report, and Consumers' CHECKBOOK guides.But it is in his role as an adjunct professor at DePaul University—where he teaches a wildly popular undergraduate course: The Science of Beauty and Attraction and Its Impact on Culture and Business – that this book is based. A big thinker with an insatiable appetite for deeper knowledge and understanding of human behavior, Dr. Dayan is known for his ability to challenge the status quo of his students and the conventional wisdoms of modern medicine.It's all part and parcel of his overall mission to empower individuals, businesses, and societies to better understand the how and why behind their thoughts, attitudes, and actions.
 
Published June 4, 2013 by Morgan James Publishing. 246 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Self Help. Non-fiction

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