That's how I feel about "Love Signals" by Dr David Givens.
That's how I feel about "Love Signals" by Dr David Givens. I had known about its existence for years, but only now finally got to reading the whole book. What a treat! It is full of fascinating, little-known yet totally essential facts about how human beings operate in the world. The information in this book is so esssential and yet so little-known by the general public that it should be called "The Book of Secrets.
Dr. Given David B. Givens, P. in anthropology at the University of Washington in Seattle.
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Love Signals is part enthnography and part how-to. Dr. Givens documents the little courting rituals witnessed in elevators, on subways, and in the workplace. He examines the essential role the face plays in courtship and how it can be optimally displayed. Givens analyzes expressive shapes, colors, and markings encoded in arm wear, shoulder wear, leg wear, and shoes
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Givens, David B. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Courtship, Interpersonal attraction, Nonverbal communication, Mate selection. New York : Crown Publishers. Uploaded by sf-loadersive. org on December 11, 2009. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
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Place of Publication. David Givens, PH. D. formerly Resident Anthropologist and Director of Information Services and Programs at the American Anthropological Association, is Director of the Centre for Nonverbal Studies in Spokane, Washington. His work has been covered in Harper's, The New Yorker, . News and World Report, and The New York Times.
Like Fast and Bernstein, Givens holds up-or at least holds interest-so long as he sticks to physical signals. Applied, this is supposed to mean not only reading signals accurately, but sending them out effectively. and to the earliest of what he calls, questionably, five distinct phases: Attention, Recognition, Speech, Touch, and Lovemaking. Applied, this is supposed to mean not only reading signals accurately, but sending them out effectively