#1Never Be Lied to Again
Written by David J. Lieberman and published on September 10, 1995, by St. Martin's Press, this non-fiction psychology book features newly developed techniques in hypnosis, psycholinguistics, an ways on how to uncover the truth.
#2What Every Body is Saying
Written by Joe Navarro and Marvin Karlins, published on April 15, 2008, by Collins, this nonfiction psychology book explains the art of 'speed-reading' people in order to decode sentiments, interpret behaviors, and body language.
#3The Definitive Book of Body Language
The Definitive Book of Body Language is a nonfiction and psychology book written by Allan Pease and Barbara Pease. It was published on July 25, 2006 by Bantam. It features the scientific side of people's gestures, body language, glasses, and makeup.
DID YOU KNOW
One’s emotional and/or social intelligence has a bearing on his or her ability to read body language. Have you ever come across of the saying “Action speaks louder than words”? Although it has been defined in so many ways, one thing is certain, 80 to 90 percent of the meaning of a message lies in the nonverbal part of it, research reveals, that is why communicating with someone tells more than just the verbal message being spoken or written. Yes, you read that right—written. Just to insert a little bit of a trivia, some people always mistaken ‘writing’ as a form of nonverbal communication, when in fact it is not. Verbal communication includes any form of which that utilizes words while nonverbal communication includes gestures, body language, eye contact, physical proximity, and touching to name a few. Throwing off a storm of signals could lead to miscommunication and so it is essential to understand one’s body language to grasp the message fully, or at least, better—this is practically useful in to maintain relationships or to jump-start your career. Remember to keep an open body language by giving an assertive handshake, sitting calmly, maintaining a relaxed posture, and playing with the tone of your voice. These gestures will help you exude a more positive aura and a balanced attitude.
#4Unmasking the Face
Unmasking the Face is nonfiction and psychology book written by Paul Ekman and Wallace V. Friesen. It was published on January 1, 1975, by Prentice Hall. As the title suggests, this book looks deeper into the facial expressions of emotions.
Emotions Revealed: Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life is a nonfiction and psychology book written by Paul Ekman. It was published on March 1, 2004 by Henry Holt and Co.
#6You Say More Than You Think
You Say More Than You Think: Use the New Body Language to Get What You Want! by Janine Driver is a nonfiction psychology book published on February 16, 2010, by Crown Archetype. It features body language for effective interpersonal communication.
#7You Can't Lie to Me
You Can't Lie to Me is a nonfiction and psychology book written by Janine Driver, published on August 28, 2012 by HarperOne. It features lie detection techniques, especially observation to interrogation in five steps.
Body Language: Discover and Understand the Psychological Secrets Behind Reading and Benefitting From Body Language is a psychology book written by Harvey Segler. It was published on March 2, 2016, by Harver Segler.
Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception is a psychology and nonfiction book written by Pamela Mayer, published on July 20, 2010, by St. Martin's Press. It features facial recognition training, interrogation, and comprehensive research.
#10Spy the Lie
Spy the Lie: How to spot deception the CIA way is a nonfiction and psychology book written by Philip Houston, published on July 19, 2012, by Icon Books. It tells the techniques geared towards unveiling the truth used by CIA.
#11How to Analyze People
How to Analyze People: The Ultimate Guide to Human Psychology written by A.C. Drexel features guides on reading and analyzing people's personalities through their behaviors and body language.