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Understand personality traits, character, emotions, and values through pure observation or simple questions. Analyzing people in a flash - it’s not easy, and it’s not simple. But that’s because you don’t know the tools inside this book. People give us more information than they realize. Learn to decipher all of it to further your goals. Think Like a Psychol Understand personality traits, character, emotions, and values through pure observation or simple questions. Analyzing people in a flash - it’s not easy, and it’s not simple. But that’s because you don’t know the tools inside this book. People give us more information than they realize. Learn to decipher all of it to further your goals. Think Like a Psychologist is about working backwards from the person in front of you. You will learn to draw conclusions about people’s emotions, behavior, past experiences, and overall personality and temperament based on small yet important pieces of information. From this analysis, you will gain enormous insight into the people around you, new and old. You may not be able to read people’s minds, but armed with knowledge about behavioral tendencies, developmental psychology, motivation and personality theories, and nature versus nurture, you will always possess deeper comprehension that others may not even have about themselves. And of course, there is an element of lie detection. Understanding others is an opening to understanding yourself and self-awareness. Patrick King is an internationally bestselling author and social skills coach. He has sold over a million books. His writing draws of a variety of sources, from research, academic experience, coaching, and real life experience. Analyze people for better social interactions, less conflict, more likability, and the ability to open people up. • Learn the most widespread personality evaluation methods. • Unlock the power of analyzing simple answers to simple questions. • How motivation theories drive our behaviors. • Read people’s emotions and social cues. • Scientific body language and facial expressions. Understand people inside and out; quickly upgrade your emotional and social intelligence. Gain intuition about everyone around by scrolling up and clicking the BUY NOW button. This is the second book in the “The Psychology of Social Dynamics” series as listed below: 1. The Science of Likability: 60 Evidence-Based Methods to Radiate Charisma, Make a Powerful Impression, Win Friends, and Trigger Attraction [2019 Edition] 2. Think Like a Psychologist: How to Analyze Emotions, Read Body Language and Behavior, Understand Motivations, and Decipher Intentions 3. The Science of Social Intelligence: 33 Studies to Win Friends, Be Magnetic, Make An Impression, and Use People’s Subconscious Triggers 4. The Science of Engineering Attraction & Love: Flirt, Date, and Mate Using Human Psychology 5. Introvert Survival Tactics: How to Make Friends, Be More Social, and Be Comfortable In Any Situation (When You’re People’d Out and Just Want to Go Home And Watch TV Alone) 6. Control Your Emotions: Gain Balance, Resilience, and Calm; Find Freedom from Stress, Anxiety, and Negativity


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Understand personality traits, character, emotions, and values through pure observation or simple questions. Analyzing people in a flash - it’s not easy, and it’s not simple. But that’s because you don’t know the tools inside this book. People give us more information than they realize. Learn to decipher all of it to further your goals. Think Like a Psychol Understand personality traits, character, emotions, and values through pure observation or simple questions. Analyzing people in a flash - it’s not easy, and it’s not simple. But that’s because you don’t know the tools inside this book. People give us more information than they realize. Learn to decipher all of it to further your goals. Think Like a Psychologist is about working backwards from the person in front of you. You will learn to draw conclusions about people’s emotions, behavior, past experiences, and overall personality and temperament based on small yet important pieces of information. From this analysis, you will gain enormous insight into the people around you, new and old. You may not be able to read people’s minds, but armed with knowledge about behavioral tendencies, developmental psychology, motivation and personality theories, and nature versus nurture, you will always possess deeper comprehension that others may not even have about themselves. And of course, there is an element of lie detection. Understanding others is an opening to understanding yourself and self-awareness. Patrick King is an internationally bestselling author and social skills coach. He has sold over a million books. His writing draws of a variety of sources, from research, academic experience, coaching, and real life experience. Analyze people for better social interactions, less conflict, more likability, and the ability to open people up. • Learn the most widespread personality evaluation methods. • Unlock the power of analyzing simple answers to simple questions. • How motivation theories drive our behaviors. • Read people’s emotions and social cues. • Scientific body language and facial expressions. Understand people inside and out; quickly upgrade your emotional and social intelligence. Gain intuition about everyone around by scrolling up and clicking the BUY NOW button. This is the second book in the “The Psychology of Social Dynamics” series as listed below: 1. The Science of Likability: 60 Evidence-Based Methods to Radiate Charisma, Make a Powerful Impression, Win Friends, and Trigger Attraction [2019 Edition] 2. Think Like a Psychologist: How to Analyze Emotions, Read Body Language and Behavior, Understand Motivations, and Decipher Intentions 3. The Science of Social Intelligence: 33 Studies to Win Friends, Be Magnetic, Make An Impression, and Use People’s Subconscious Triggers 4. The Science of Engineering Attraction & Love: Flirt, Date, and Mate Using Human Psychology 5. Introvert Survival Tactics: How to Make Friends, Be More Social, and Be Comfortable In Any Situation (When You’re People’d Out and Just Want to Go Home And Watch TV Alone) 6. Control Your Emotions: Gain Balance, Resilience, and Calm; Find Freedom from Stress, Anxiety, and Negativity

30 review for Think Like a Psychologist: How to Analyze Emotions, Read Body Language and Behavior, Understand Motivations, and Decipher Intentions (The Psychology of Social Dynamics Book 2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Javier Herrera

    Great book I actually put in practice some of the things mentioned in the book, such as, reading body language, gestures and macro expressions. They work! It was a great book and I strongly recommend it to anyone trying to gain a deeper knowledge on people’s behavior, motivations and words.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Polina

    There was some useful information, for instance about personality types, the ways ego protects itself, and maybe something else. But the rest was kind of vague, which is definitely not what one would expect from a non-fiction book about psychology.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Leon Adeyemi

    Absalutey fantastic This is without a doubt one of the most intellectual and articulate books on psychology I have ever read, every single last detail resonated with me to a deeper place then I care to think true, fantastic author I highly recommend this book

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anton

    Good short intro to many concepts, but it hardly has any original content and is mostly a summary of other works. Also, some of the described concepts are not exactly solid science (which the book warns about).

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lyden Orbase

    I find The takeaways and recaps unnecessary and repetitive, and instead of Giving chapter summaries i think the author should have done more exploration to give us more contents. It's still a nice book anyway; easy to read and i learned new stuff. I find The takeaways and recaps unnecessary and repetitive, and instead of Giving chapter summaries i think the author should have done more exploration to give us more contents. It's still a nice book anyway; easy to read and i learned new stuff.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Fran Cormack

    Very enjoyable An enjoyable read providing insights into us complex humans and why we behave the way we do. Covering various models, and lots of research, this book provides a way for us to start considering people from a whole new perspective.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Resii

    The book gives a great insight about human psychological patterns and behaviours and how to discover them. It's not a step-by-step-explanation on how to manipulate people but rather a guide that helps understanding others better. I really enjoyed it:) The book gives a great insight about human psychological patterns and behaviours and how to discover them. It's not a step-by-step-explanation on how to manipulate people but rather a guide that helps understanding others better. I really enjoyed it:)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mikhail

    Doesn't tell you how to analyze emotions, read body language and behavior, understand motivations, and decipher intentions. Otherwise okay. Basically, a brief introduction to The Big Five, MBTI, attachment theory, etc. Doesn't tell you how to analyze emotions, read body language and behavior, understand motivations, and decipher intentions. Otherwise okay. Basically, a brief introduction to The Big Five, MBTI, attachment theory, etc.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Matome David

    Good read

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