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In order to read people, you need something to interpret. Any actions a person performs either nonverbal (gestures) or verbal (speech either written or oral, and para linguistic cues) can be subjected to interpretation. So, reading people uses both verbal and non verbal cues while body language encompasses just nonverbal cues.
Liars often fail to convert present tense to past tense when they lie.
Persuasion promotes cooperation.
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