Monthly Archives: December 2012

Are guns the problem or a convenient excuse?

A follow on from this article, this image has another perspective on guns. I do agree that people kill people, not guns. However guns do make for more efficient killers – it takes a certain kind of killer to make a … Continue reading

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18 Dec 2012 Expression

What is this expression? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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17 Dec 2012 Expression

Mairead Philpott: what is her expression, and do you think it’s genuine or fake? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below. For more context of the story

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16 Dec 2012 Image Analysis

What does Brad and Angelina’s facial expressions and body language tell you? Baring in mind that this is a snapshot of time, a still image that we have out of context, which is why analysing video footage is more accurate. Post … Continue reading

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Connecticut School Shooting

The gunman – who according to a media report carried four weapons and wore a bulletproof vest – was dead inside Sandy Hook Elementary School, state police Lieutenant Paul Vance told a news conference. Vance said authorities found 18 children … Continue reading

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12 Dec 2012 Expression

What is this expression? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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True Lies Coming Soon…

My new book entitled True Lies on micro expressions, body language and detecting deception will be released soon, with pre-orders available around June / July 2013. Written in plain English, this book will become the general go-to book on the … Continue reading

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