Sunday, September 21, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2959: The Hunger Games Mockingjay - What makes Donald Sutherland (as President Coriolanus Snow) look so Evil? Body Language Trailer Tells (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





Another Trailer for "The Hunger Games Mockingjay: Part 1" was released a few days ago. In this movie adaptation Donald Sutherland plays President Coriolanus Snow. Sutherland is a very good actor and thus he's good at looking evil when he wants to - and here he definitely wants to project madness. This provides a good nonverbal teaching moment to dissect one of the many nonverbal manifestations of crazy.

In general facial asymmetry is very common in the presence of  insincerity (However it's not always indicative though). In addition a person can be insincere during moments of symmetrical facial expression). President Snow is displaying considerable asymmetry here - most conspicuously with his eyes - as he speaks to Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence). With regards to mild-to-moderate anger, the eyes are partially closed and tense (particularly visible in the lower eyelids). This is seen on Sutherland's right eye. However with severe-to-extreme anger (rage), the eyes open wider - as is exampled on Sutherland's left. This asymmetry combined with two different levels of anger projects a "crescendo of crazy".



Be sure not to overlook the fact that his eyebrows are also drawn both together and directed downwards. This is also highly indicative of anger.





Whenever a mouth smile exists with contradictory body language on the eyes or forehead (or both) this should strike us always peculiar - and it profoundly projects emotional dissonance. Think of this disparity as a body language metaphor for irony. Whenever irony is found, it is a signal that there is either a lack of knowledge on the part of the observer - or deception on the part of those being observed. In this case it is the latter.

What other crucial component of Coriolanus's nonverbals diminishes our trust and elevates our dislike for him?

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2958: Jameis Winston's Suspension - Press Conference

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2267:  Body Language at the 2013 Golden Globes The Influence of Color on Human Sexuality - Claire Danes, Zooey Deschanel & Jennifer Lawrence

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2316:  Jennifer Lawrence's Response to Her Oscar Stumble -  Silver Linings Body Language

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2899: Jennifer Lawrence, Katniss Everdeen, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I" Trailer and Recognizing Facial Components of Fear-Surprise

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2595: Barack Obama's Emotional Dissonance, Low Confidence and the "Turtle Retreat" - He Does Not Want To Be There

Nonverbal Communication Analysis 2759: Vladimir Putin, Annexation of Crimea and Mouth Asymmetry - Body Language 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2942: Vladimir Putin's & Recognizing Duplicity in Body Language 

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2958: Jameis Winston's Suspension - Press Conference - Body Language Tells (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





Jameis Winston, Florida State University quarterback and the 2013 Heisman Trophy Winner is shown in this video during a press conference earlier this week. Winston spoke here when he (and everyone else) thought he was going to be suspended for the first half of the Clemson game. Last night FSU's interim President Garnett Stokes and athletics director Stan Wilcox signed an email indicating their new decision that Winston was going to be suspended for the full game citing the results of a "continuing investigation" for Winston's behavior this past Tuesday of standing on a table and yelling obscenities. Jimbo Fisher, FSU's head coach signature was not included in this email.

What follows is a partial analysis of Winston's Body Language:



0:11 seconds

Tongue Jut signaling, "I've been bad", "I got caught" or "I've got away with something".

In other nonverbal contexts it can be part of excitement or a self-deprecating cluster (not applicable in this cluster-context).





0:23 seconds

After saying "...I'm not a 'me person' ...", Jameis Winston tilts his head back with his chin forward in a clear nonverbal display of arrogance and defiance. In this moment, Winston's verbal message is highly contradictory to his nonverbal behavior. Whenever these two are in disparity, the nonverbal is always indicative of the true thoughts-emotions.




0:27 seconds

A display of "I regret it, but I disagree".

Another clear signal of insincerity.










0:28 seconds

A shrug indicates, "I don't know", "I don't care" or "What does it matter".









0:31seconds

An "Inward Lip Roll" (ILR) tells us that Winston is trying to suppress an emotional crescendo as well as a more overt nonverbal display.

Inward lip rolls may suppress any emotion but they are most often seen with negative ones (e.g. anger, sadness, frustration, etc.)






0:36 seconds

Another Inward Lip Roll















0:39 seconds

Third consecutive ILR














0:40 seconds

Another Shoulder shrug















0:42 seconds

Extended exhale

This is indicates relief after a stressful event and is similar to the "Puffer Fish" nonverbal - yet his cheeks never bulge very much because of his jaw simultaneously jutting forward (signifying a persistent anger component now waning) preventing any significant cheek puffing. 


Taken in toto, Jameis Winston does not believe his recent action of standing on a table and shouting obscenities are proportionate to being suspended from playing football. His apology is insincere.

Winston has been accused of several crimes including rape but he was never charged.

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2957: Derek Jeter Gatorade - Made in New York Commercial - A Little Boy's Classic Surprise

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 1840:  Brian Banks and The Innocence Project -  Auditory Recall, Contempt, Self-doubt and Syntax

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2947: Governor Rick Perry - Beta Body Language

Nonverbal Communication Analysis # 2308:  Bill Burr on Conan O'Brien -  Body Language of the Abbreviated Shrug

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2863: Gary Oldman's Apology on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" - Sincere or Insincere?

Nonverbal Communication Quiz-Analysis No. 2902: How Sincere was Ray Rice's Apology? 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2946: Barack Obama's 10 September 2014 ISIS Speech 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2591: Chris Christie on Romney's Campaign Vetting Leak 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2955: Adrian Peterson - a Telling Body Language Cluster 

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Friday, September 19, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2957: Derek Jeter Gatorade - Made in New York Commercial - A Little Boy's Classic Surprise (VIDEO, PHOTO)




If you're not a baseball fan you may not know that Derek Jeter is retiring at the end of this season. Gatorade just released a classy commercial showing the New York Yankee shortstop walking through the Bronx talking to fans on his way into the stadium while Frank Sinatra's "My Way" plays in the background (Video above).

A little boy gets an autographed baseball from "Captain Clutch" and the expression on his face is heartwarming (0:56 - 0:58) - and it's a classic nonverbal for surprise.

Sincere surprise is very evanescent, lasting only for a second or two, occasionally slightly more. Real surprise always is followed rapidly by another emotion - here it highly likely that it will be joy-happiness (The video cuts away and we don't get to see it). Note the wide open mouth in a vertically-shaped oval. Teeth are almost never visible in the context of sincere surprise (an exception for this may be seen when it is transitioning to fear). The eyes are also opened very widely with true surprise.

When a person is faking or exaggerating surprise, their body language betrays them. The teeth are visible and the mouth is also more horizontally opened (vs. sincere surprise). In addition, the eyes are not opened as wide in those feigning surprise.






















See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2956: Eric Frein - Suspect in Murder of Pennsylvania Officer - Body Language Sign of Impeding Violence 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2944: Derek Jeter Answers Reporter's Cell Phone

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2954: Attempted robbery at gunpoint caught on GoPro

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2653: Carey Mulligan - Blunted Surprise and ... Body Language on Jimmy Kimmell, Part I

Negotiation Nonverbal Communication Secret # 1171:  Not So Fast Swift ....  Taylor's False Surprise

Nonverbal Communication Analysis # 2312:  Bruce Willis's Body Language -  Contempt vs. Suppressed Smile vs.  Pseudo Smile vs. Sincere Smile

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2956: Eric Frein - Suspect in Murder of Pennsylvania Officer - Body Language Sign of Impeding Violence (VIDEO, PHOTO)


This is a photo of Eric Frein. He is currently the primary suspect in the murder of a State Trooper (Bryon Dickson) and the serious wounding/attempted murder of another (Alex Douglas) on Friday, 12 September 2014 in Pike County, Pennsylvania. The FBI has subsequently classified Frein as one of their Ten Most Wanted Fugitives. Eric Frein is a survivalist who has allegedly spoken of committing mass murder.

When you look at Frein's face - what emotion do you see? Now try again. Glancing at for just a slit-second; what do you "feel"? Don't over-think it.


Eric Frein was feeling contempt at the moment of the image. It is not extreme or moderated - indeed it's a subtle-to-mild contempt expression (don't let his asymmetric, old, healed, broken nose confuse you). Do you see the contempt? Do you feel it? Those who commit violent acts, especially premeditated shootings and similar terrorist/terrorist-like activities VERY COMMONLY have nonverbal displays of CHRONIC CONTEMPT and/or CHRONIC DISGUST. We all display contempt and disgust from time to time. However the recognition of those who display this facial expression CHRONICALLY is profoundly valuable in threat assessment/predicting violent behavior.

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2955: Adrian Peterson - a Telling Body Language Cluster

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2954: Attempted robbery at gunpoint caught on GoPro - Body Language Tells

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2897: Fifty Shades of Grey - Part II - Warning Signs & Threat Assessment

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2658: Misidentifying Emotional Expressions - Greece's Golden Dawn Party Arrests - Body Language and Threat Assessment

Nonverbal Communication Analysis # 2231:  A Common Facial Expression of Mass Killers - Using Body Language as a Threat Assessment Tool

Body Language Secret # 509: Mohamed Atta, 9/11 and Predicting Violent Behavior on the Basis of Body Language Alone 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2500:  Ft. Hood Shooter Nidal Malik Hasan and Contempt




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Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2955: Adrian Peterson - a Telling Body Language Cluster (PHOTO)























Pending the resolution of the allegations of child abuse, Adrian Peterson has been deactivated by the Minnesota Vikings. The star NFL running back has been indicted for "reckless and negligent injury" of his four-year old son after he disciplined his son with a tree branch.

In this image we see a cluster of several nonverbals indicative of a heightened anxiety state. Mr. Peterson's central forehead is contracted (CFC), his eyes are opened wider than baseline with tension in his lower eyelids, he's biting his bottom lip with a mild-to-moderate dilation of his nostrils along with a mild tightening of his "mustache area" (termed so regardless of facial hair or gender). In this moment, Adrian Peterson is certainly worried and more specifically - he has a significant amount of emotional pain and mild-to-moderate fear.

Often such expressions only last a fraction of a second (e.g. microexpression or near-microexpression). However it is amazing how many otherwise socially-adept professionals mislabel these and other emotions. 

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2954: Attempted robbery at gunpoint caught on GoPro

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2945: Roger Goodell's Interview regarding Ray Rice - Denies NFL saw Video before Monday - Body Language Tells

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2904: Roger Goodell's Defending the NFL's Punishment for Ray Rice - Bad Crisis Management & Body Language Tells

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2881: LeBron James and What He Learned About the Way He Switched Teams

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2858: Hope Solo, Domestic Violence, Arrests and Wedding Rings - Body Language Tells 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2831: "Walking Contest", Anxiety, Mirroring and False Intimacy 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis # 2281:  Inaugural Luncheon Anxiety  Barack Obama's Body Language  Michelle's Mirroring 
 
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2954: Attempted robbery at gunpoint caught on GoPro - Body Language Tells (VIDEO, PHOTOS)




In this recently published GoPro video of a man who is the victim of an attempted robbery, provides a very real example of some of the nonverbal warning signs often seen just prior to (and here during) an assault/attempted assault. Alex Hennessy, who is traveling the World making a film series named "Global Degree" very luckily escaped with his life and no possessions lost while bicycling through La Boca - a neighborhood (aka barrio) within Buenos Aires, Argentina.

What follows is a partial body language analysis of the Canadian Videographer's attacker (later apprehended by law enforcement).




In this image (captured during the 0:29 segment) we see the gun-wielding man with his jaw jutting outwards (forwards) and with only his bottom teeth showing.




This Jaw Jut and baring of the bottom teeth is an extremely reliable indicator of a heightened adrenaline state associated with the rage of an attack.

Don't stop there though - look at his eyes and the tissue around them. His right eye is opened widely - indicating elevated adrenaline. His eyebrows are pulled together and the central (medial) portions are directed downwards. His nostrils are also considerably flared.

Taken as a whole, or even just portions of this nonverbal cluster, it's extremely indicative of a person who is in an uncontrollable rage. Whenever you see this body language, immediately retreat and/or take cover. If these two options aren't possible defend yourself and attack preemptively. Recognizing dangerous nonverbal signals is profoundly necessary and is lifesaving component of any threat assessment training/preparation. Ignore them at your peril.

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2952: Kmart's "Not a Christmas Commercial" - No Place for Arrogance

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2945: Roger Goodell's Interview regarding Ray Rice - Denies NFL saw Video before Monday - Body Language Tells

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2656: Threat Assessment during Robbery - Body Language of Perpetrator

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2828: Elliot Roger, Isla Vista/U.C. Santa Barbara Mass Shooting & Threat Assessment - Body Language and Threat Assessment

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2933: Will Hayden ("Sons of Guns") Arrested - Body Language of His Mug Shot

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2747: Adam Lanza's Warning Sign

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2952: Kmart's "Not a Christmas Commercial" - No Place for Arrogance (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





This commercial released by Kmart today is clever in script (albeit one most won't consumers won't  care for since it's 99 days 'til Christmas) - but very poor in delivery.

The low conventional steeple that the woman uses throughout much of the commercial is not a rapport building illustrator. Indeed, it's a good example of rapport destroying body language. When used, the conventional steeple should be in very small doses - only for a second or two (if even that long) and at very important moments - lest it backfires (Can you name some professionals whom over use it?). Yet as with most alpha nonverbals, the vast majority of the time those who use them end up OVER-using them. This ends up backlashing - sending signals of arrogance and condescending emotional tones.

Why try and sell products by patronizing patrons?

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2951: Miss America 2015 - Sincerity, Surprise and Botox

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2718: Obama: "I can do whatever I want" Body Language with French President Fran├žois Hollande

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2910: Becky Hammon, First Female Full-Time NBA Assistant Basketball Coach and an Under-used Body Language Illustrator

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2950: Daniele Watts, "Django Unchained" Actor gets Mistaken for a Prostitute and Handcuffed and Detained for Kissing her Boyfriend

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2837: Of Spelling Bees, Alpha Posture, Decision Making and Visualizing - Body Language Tells

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2801: Adam Silver Bans Donald Sterling for Life - Alpha Body Language Tell

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2848: Iliza Shlesinger, Hair Adjust Behind Ear, Dialing Up Your Alpha & Comedy



















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Monday, September 15, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2951: Miss America 2015 - Sincerity, Surprise and Botox (PHOTOS)

Last night Miss Kira Kazantsev, won the 2015 Miss America. It was the third year in a row that the contestant from New York State was awarded the supreme Tiara.

Many people would doubt the sincerity of this moment and thus also Miss Kazantsev's facial expression - Yet they both are very sincere.



Notice her vertically oval-shaped mouth as well as the fact that no teeth are visible. People who make a faked surprise expression will have a mouth opened with a significantly wider horizontal component. In addition the feigned surprise will always have teeth showing. Even all but the best character actors will still make this mistake.

Her eyelids are also opened very widely along with extremely elevated eyebrows - mirroring the configuration of her mouth. Intriguingly, as all women who wear eye make-up know - it is much easier to open eyes widely if their mouth also adopts a similar morphology.

What are some other nonverbal components of sincere surprise? We should see her forehead contract - it is, however it is very minimally. The reason for this is because she has had Botox injections. The lack of normal and expected contraction of the forehead muscles (and thus dynamic furrows) diminishes the appearance of sincerity.

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2950: Daniele Watts, "Django Unchained" Actor gets Mistaken for a Prostitute and Handcuffed and Detained for Kissing her Boyfriend

Nonverbal Communication Quiz-Analysis No. 2936: Tony Stewart's addresses Kevin Ward's Death - Sincere vs. Insincere

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2839: Jonah Hill's Apology on Jimmy Fallon - Sincere or Insincere? 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2459:  Was Eliot Spitzer Sincere?  Apology, Sincerity and Body Language 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2438:  Sincere Surprise Body Language  Three Year Old Receives Brain Stem Implant and  Hears for the First Time

Nonverbal Communication Quiz-Analysis No. 2902: How Sincere was Ray Rice's Apology?

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2508: Anne Frank, Sincere Smiles and Emotional Comfort

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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2950: Daniele Watts, "Django Unchained" Actor gets Mistaken for a Prostitute and Handcuffed and Detained for Kissing her Boyfriend (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





Django Unchained actress Daniele Watts (who also currently plays Martin Lawrence's daughter on FX's "Partners") was handcuffed and detained yesterday.

In Ms. Watts's own words, "... I was handcuffed and detained by 2 police officers from the Studio City Police Department after refusing to agree that I had done something wrong by showing affection, fully clothed, in a public place.  When the officer arrived, I was standing on the sidewalk by a tree. I was talking to my father on my cell phone. I knew that I had done nothing wrong, that I wasn’t harming anyone, so I walked away.  A few minutes later, I was still talking to my dad when 2 different police officers accosted me and forced me into handcuffs..."

Ms. Watts was then put into the back of police vehicle and detained until her I.D. was check and she was then released. It seems to many that this was a case of racial profiling - e.g. a black woman kissing a white man was assumed to be a prostitute. Indeed this has been spelled out specifically by her boyfriend, Brian James Lucas:

"From the questions that he asked me as D was already on her phone with her dad, I could tell that whoever called on us (including the officers), saw a tatted RAWKer white boy and a hot bootie shorted black girl and thought we were a HO (prostitute) & a TRICK (client)"...."So they handcuffed her and threw her roughly into the back of the cop car until they could figure out who she was. In the process of handcuffing her, they cut her wrist, which was truly NOT COOL!!! Of course, they had to let her go eventually cuz we weren't a threat to anyone."

A partial nonverbal analysis of the above video appears below:



Even though this is a low resolution image, we can clearly see the police officer's central forehead contracted (CFC), an inward lip roll (ILR), his "mustache area" tightened, nostrils flared and his jaw jutting forward. This nonverbal cluster is highly correlative with strong incredulity, as well as anger and arrogance.

The hand-hooked in his belt is a hyper-alpha configuration that very overtly asserts his dominance and also has a significant sexual component to it (later he takes that hand out of his belt and displays a palm-up body language consistent with asking a question).

His leaning on the cement embankment displays a perceived "ownership" of the scene. While this is not surprising here, it is not at all a rapport building configuration and does NOT de-escalate an emotional interaction (Rather it is one of many actions the officer does to escalate this interaction). The officer's crossed-leg/toe-down body language is a way of saying "You're crying, you're upset, but I don't really care."



Less than a second later his inward lip roll increases as his upper head leans forward and his central forehead elevates even further. This is significant for even more disbelief.















About 4 seconds later we see the police officer's mouth make exaggerated movements when he is speaking.

This is highly indicative of a person who is perceives himself to be an alpha and the person(s) to who(m) he is speaking he believes to be a significantly lower beta. This is often seen in the business, political, medical and legal world - as well as in law enforcement. Again, it does not build rapport and escalates the emotions. It's a very loud and clear message that although he may be speaking the "right words", he his thoughts and emotions have a strong self-import and a strong self-agenda.

Although this is only a snippet of this incident, we can say this is very out-of-context for what an officer should display given Ms. Watts's account of what transpired. Police officers have a very difficult and dangerous job. Yet they along with "to protect and to serve", a thorough understanding human emotions and de-escalation should be sought, rather than a default of always asserting dominance.

It is of particular note that Ms. Watts used the term "affection". Confusing affection for otherwise sexual behavior (and obviously there can certainly be an overlap when it comes to kissing) from the point of view of the giver, the receiver - or in this case an observer, is a topic worthy of many books, libraries and even careers. Its misunderstanding and confusion is responsible for many relationship problems - and in this case what many have called police harassment.

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2949: Hillary Clinton at Maya Angelou's Tribute - a Body Language Signal of .... 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2718: Obama: "I can do whatever I want" Body Language with French President Fran├žois Hollande

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2895: "Fifty Shades of Grey" Trailer - If Christian Grey was a real person ..... Body Language Tells

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2599: Spotting Subtle Signals of Arrogance - Tiger Woods and Rachel Nichols

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2584: Darnell Barton - Hero with Body Language of De-Escalation

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2784: Fight Breaks Out in Ukrainian Parliament - One Body Language which Predicts Throwing Fists 

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2928: Oscar Pistorius, Hugging, Affection and Sincerity 

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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2949: Hillary Clinton at Maya Angelou's Tribute - a Body Language Signal of .... (VIDEO, PHOTOS)




During a tribute for Maya Angelou yesterday, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Michelle Obama, Nikki Giovanni and Oprah Winfrey all spoke. Hillary and Maya Angelou were not just two famous people who knew each other - they were friends.

When it was Mrs. Clinton's turn to speak, on two occasions she displayed a nonverbal which is rarely noted.




At 5:25 the former U.S. Secretary of State says, "... And there was just something about Maya that made everybody think they could relate to her. Even though there wasn't anyone else like her in the World, somehow everyone could see something of themselves in her story ..."





As she says, "... somehow ..." (at 5:37), Hillary configures her hands in fists - and importantly both her upper arm and lower arms are close to her torso (e.g. as opposed to the elbows pointed out and held away from the body). 



Mrs. Clinton continues, "...She knew everyone, lived everywhere, read everything, and felt it all..."

This image was captured at 6:07 just as Mrs. Clinton says "... felt it all ..."







When this closed fist nonverbal illustrator appears along with other congruent body language, it is highly significant for elevated levels of both sincerity and empathy.

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2948: Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp's father - Same Body Language Simultaneously

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2896: Hillary Clinton - Vladimir Putin Bears Some Responsibility for the Downing of Malaysia Air Flight MH17

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2888: Hillary Clinton, Jon Stewart and Destroying Rapport

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2919: Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama - Friends? - will they Hug it Out?

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2850: Hillary Clinton, Sonia Sotomayor and Costco - Body Language Tells

Nonverbal Communication Analysis No. 2855: Hillary Clinton, 2016 Presidential Race and Duping Delight

Nonverbal Communication Analysis # 1923:  Hillary Clinton's Body Language re: Syrian Government -  The Self-Righteous Head Wiggle

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