Ever seen the TV series, Lie To Me? Know you're seeing something on a Hijackal's face but you're not sure what's up? Listen in and recognize cues and clues!
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EPISODE:
- What are microexpressions?
- How they register in our brains
- When a smile is not really a smile at all
- 9 ways anger can show on a person's face
- How contempt is distinct from anger and disdain
- How observing microexpressions can keep you safer
I loved the TV series, Lie To Me. I watched the whole series three times. Why? Because it is fascinating to see what can be determined from the face with no words required! You likely see things in the relentlessly difficult person's face that you respond to. You may not recognize this, but you do.
Facial coding is Dr. Dan Hill's specialty, and he's published about it extensively. He's the expert, and you'll learn so much from this interview...even if you've never know about #microexpressions before!
#Hijackals have a recognizable smirk. I call it the #HijackalSmirk because it is a telltale sign. You've seen it. You know it. I asked Dr. Hill to explain this and you'll be very interested in to learn what's really going on within the #narcissist or other #Hijackal at that time
GUEST: DR. DAN HILL
Dan Hill, Ph.D., is the founder and president of Sensory Logic, Inc, which pioneered the use of facial coding in business in order to capture and quantify emotional dynamics. The company has done work for over 50% of the world's top 100 B2C companies and has seven U.S. patents related to facial coding scoring techniques. Dan is the author of eight books, including Emotionomics, featuring a foreword by Sam Simon, co-creator of The Simpsons; and Famous Faces Decoded: A Guidebook for Reading Others.
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