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Joe Navarro M.A.


Joe Navarro, M.A., is a 25-year veteran of the FBI where he served on the National Security Division's Behavioral Analysis Program. He is an adjunct fellow at the Institute for Intergovernmental Research and is on the adjunct faculty at Saint Leo University. For four decades, he has been studying and teaching the use of nonverbal communications for interviewing, personality assessment, and in forensics. He has lectured throughout the world including Wayne State University School of Medicine, Harvard Business School and at the Baylor College of Medicine - Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in Houston, Texas. Mr. Navarro brings together his academic background, scientific research, and practical experience catching spies to the art of observing and interpreting human behavior. Mr. Navarro is also the author of the international best selling book What Every Body is Saying (27 languages); Louder Than Words (18 languages); Clues to Deceit: A Practical List; and Dangerous Personalities (due out September 2014).

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