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Key Takeaways

Key Takeaways

  • We tend to control our face the most which is why it is the least reliable. However, our feet are often forgotten, which is why they are most reliable. The deeper the body part, the more reliable it is.
  • Body language is dependent on culture. Consider the context.
  • Keep in mind the rules mentioned above. Sudden changes in behaviour as a reaction to a question or situation are very reliable. Find out why they occured.
  • The first reaction is usually the most authentic and reliable. When behaviour appears both positive and negative, the negative one is often more reliable.


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