|All the examples and explanations on this page are from the book How to Read a Person Like a Book, by Gerard I. Nierenberg & Henry H. Calero (New York: Hawthorn Books, Inc., 1971).|
|These 3 pictures represent the same salesman calling three different people: his wife, his mistress, and one of his customers. Can you tell which is which? — and why?
|In each drawing below, can you identify which man is the boss of the other men or man? — and why?|
|Which emotion are these people expressing with their bodies — and what makes you think so?|
|REVIEW — How would you interpret each pair of bodily texts in the group below? What is each body "saying"? — especially in dialogue with the other person's body?|
|FINAL EXAM — If you were a guy at a party, looking to meet someone new, how would you read each of the girls below? which ones would you go over to talk to? which would you avoid?|