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In this new edition of the highly successful Visible Thought, Geoffrey Beattie revisits the question of what our everyday gestures mean and how they affect our relationships with other people. With a unique blend of popular examples and scientific research, and presented in language that everybody can understand, Rethinking Body Language will appeal to students of social psychology and also to anyone who wants to delve beneath the surface of human interaction.
1. Introduction 2. Two Separate Languages? 3. Where the Action Is. 'A Remarkable Biological Miracle' 4. Images in the Hands, Images in the Mind 5. Different Vehicles of Meaning 6. Gestures and the Frustrations of Everyday Life 7. Speech is only Half the Story 8. Who or What the Hands Portray 9. A Glimpse of the Unguarded Mind in Action 10. Some Philosophical and Practical Implications