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How To Read People
Want to Know If Someone Likes You?
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The First Impression
What we pick up on from the very start.
Who Are You? (And What do You Think of Me?)
How to make sense of a new hire, a touchy stranger, a potential lover, and other perplexing encounters
Secrets of Special Agents
To get inside another person's head, ace mind readers build rapport—then watch for telling shifts in demeanor.
Some Things You Just Can't Hide
When the truth slips out.
I Knew It All Along
You know more about a friend or lover than you think.
Four Opportunities to Detect Deception
It's all about asking the right questions.
Annie Duke on Gut Instincts
Poker champ Annie Duke on gut instincts.
Reading People by the Words They Speak
Word Clues present a noninvasive technique to effectively read people.
Why Psychotherapists Write Novels and Plays
How therapy differs from fiction and theatre
Narciissistic Personality Disorder: Does group therapy help?
You change how people deal with narcissism, not the narcissist.
Ten tips for effective communication: From Freudian slips to body language
Don't let your Freudian slip show: Ten tips for effective communication
Time to prepare for YOUR summer romance!
Beyond Advice: When a Friend is in Need
Why you should resist giving advice.
How to tell what your man is really thinking
What says more about a man, his words or his face?
When Are Women Into Casual Sex?
Women and casual sex, the latest research.
Masks of Sanity
Detecting disguised personality disorders
Can You Learn to Read People?
Tips on honing the skill
People are constantly throwing off a storm of signals. These signals may be silent (non-verbal) messages communicated through the sender's body movements, facial expressions, voice tone and loudness.
Read More on Body Language
The Neuroscience of Calming a Baby
Toxic Relationships—Part II
Does Size Matter for Women?
Hate Small Talk? It’s a Skill Worth Learning
Lust and Loyalty: When Sex and Love Don’t Mix