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Body Language: How to Read Others Thoughts by Their Gestures. Polina Rakhmanova, Ph-52. Outline. Some statistics Main gestures and their meaning Palm, hand and arm gestures Hand to face gestures Arm and leg barricades Look Summary Sources of Information.

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Body Language:How to Read Others Thoughts by Their Gestures

Polina Rakhmanova, Ph-52


Outline

  • Some statistics

  • Maingesturesand their meaning

    • Palm, hand and arm gestures

    • Hand to face gestures

    • Arm and leg barricades

    • Look

  • Summary

  • Sources of Information


  • "You are what you gesture"Some statistics

    *Source:"You are what you gesture" - Victor Paul Borg


    Open palm facing upwards or away from the body

    Palm turns towards the body or faces downwards

    Palm, hand and arm gesturesmultiplexed information


    Palm faces the floor

    Pointing fore-finger

    Palm, hand and arm gesturessuperior gestures


    Palm, hand and arm gesturessuperior gestures

    • Both hands together behind his head

    • Thumb displays


    Palm, hand and arm gestureshandshakes

    • The palm-up or palm-down positions

    • Both palms remain in a vertical position


    “Tough man's” handshake

    The politicians' handshake

    Palm, hand and arm gestureshandshakes


    The boredom gesture

    But don't confuse with the interested evaluation gesture!

    Hand to face gesturesto block what another person is saying


    Hand to face gesturesto block what another person is saying

    • Critical evaluationgesture


    Arm and leg barricades

    • To shield our body in hostile situations

    • To be unsure of ourselves


    Look

    • Either interested in each other

    • Non-verbal challenge


    Summary

    To learn to decode gestures, the key is to watch yourself first, to spot the link between your gestures and your thoughts.


    Sources of Information

    • http://www.psyberia.ru/psyhodiary/polit01

    • http://www.studyenglishtoday.net/lesson7.html

    • Allan Pease «Body Language»


    Body Language:How to Read Others Thoughts by Their Gestures

    Polina Rakhmanova, Ph-52


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