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Could the Seminole Heights murder suspect be found based off body language?

Could the Seminole Heights murder suspect be found based off body language?

By: Sarah Rosario for WTSP  published: 7:43 AM. EST November 21, 2017 SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, Fla. — It’s been one week since a fourth person was murdered in Seminole Heights. The biggest clue to finding the killer? Two surveillance videos.

Keeping Up Appearances: Expert Tips for Making a Great Impression on the Jury

Keeping Up Appearances: Expert Tips for Making a Great Impression on the Jury

When an expert witness testifies at trial, he or she builds a relationship with the jury. In the courtroom, perception is reality, and there are a number of different factors and subtle details that can affect a jury’s perception of an expert witness. We reached out to some “experts on experts” to put together a…

Washington Times Talks About Susan Constantine

Washington Times Talks About Susan Constantine

WASHINGTON, November 10, 2013 (by Paul A. Samakow) — Susan Constantine might justly be called one of the world’s leading experts in lie detection. Her resume is thoroughly impressive, beginning with where and with whom she trained to the impressive list of many whom have hired her. Constantine is a formidable presence. She teaches classes,…

The Secrets of Eye Contact – Revealed

The Secrets of Eye Contact – Revealed

Eye contact is the most powerful connection you can have with another human being is when your eyes meet. It may seem scary to allow yourself to be vulnerable, but if you practice eye contact techniques, your love connections will explode. Eye contact tips: Here’s an eye gazing exercise to show you how it’s done….

Susan on Marie Osmond Show: Why Kids Lie and Why Should Parents Care?

Susan on Marie Osmond Show: Why Kids Lie and Why Should Parents Care?

Research shows that kids lie, on average, four times an hour. Research also shows that 30% of kids under the age of 8 lie and it increases in age of up to 80% in their teen years. Kids lie for many different reasons, including shame, embarrassment, fear, protection, and to gain admiration. According to body…

Five Proven Steps to Reading People

Five Proven Steps to Reading People

Five Proven Steps to Reading People If you want to be able to accurately read someone, you need to make the person feel comfortable with you first. When someone is comfortable with you, he or she will be more relaxed and open. The following step-by-step process gives you a basic framework for learning how to…

Interviewer Body Language Secrets: Signs You’re Failing Your Interview

Interviewer Body Language Secrets: Signs You’re Failing Your Interview

As posted on www.monster.com You may already know that interviewers pick up on your body language and may even base their hiring decisions on it to some extent. But nonverbal communication goes both ways. Hiring managers also give subtle, unconscious signals that they’re interested in you — or, in many cases, are losing interest. Here are some…

The Importance of Eye Contact in a Job Interview

The Importance of Eye Contact in a Job Interview

As posted on www.work.chron.com Making the right amount of eye contact in an interview can make the difference in whether you successfully snag a job. According to UCLA professor and researcher Albert Mehrabian, 55 percent of messages processed by the brain are based on a person’s body language. This means that your facial and eye…

Dating Advice: How to Tell How Your Date is Going

As published on Datingwebsites.org The first clue about how well your date is going happens in the moment you first glimpse each other. Watch your date’s eyes. If your date is interested in you at first glance, you will see a flash of his or her eyebrows – a quick, almost imperceptible rising of the…

Susan Constantine Analyzes Herman Cain’s Speech Responding To:

Herman Cain is a savvy communicator. He has mastered the techniques of a professional speaker. When he addresses a group, he angles his head and body slightly to the left, then he turns to the right, then straight ahead toward the podium, careful to embrace the whole audience and give a sense of speaking directly…