KTLA reporter Sam Rubin recently confused Samuel L. Jackson with Laurence Fishburne. Jackson didn't let him off the hook easily. His response was hilarious (above) and was full of great nonverbal tells - and there is one which many get wrong.
One common body language misconception, is that when a person states something they believe to be true, if they are shake their head back and forth (as commonly seen in the expression of "no") - as Samuel L. Jackson does in this video (e.g. from 0:14 to 0:18 as he says, "See what, see - you're, you're as crazy as the people on Twitter!) - that they are lying and their real thoughts and feelings are the opposite. This is NOT so with Mr. Jackson - and in fact, much of the time this correlation is not true. Do you know how to tell when it applies and when it's false? This is a variation of what nonverbal signal?
Did you catch Jackson's expression of contempt?
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