- Body Language That Rips You Off
- Key nonverbal cues
- What To Look For When Lie Spotting
- A Few Myths About Lying
- Looking for Deception
- Body Language of jurors
- Famous Liars
Scott Rouse is a behavior analyst and body language expert, helping business professionals improve their communication accuracy and success.
How to spot deception and body language in real-time situations.
Scott Rouse holds multiple certificates in advanced interrogation training with the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. Military Intelligence, and the Department of Defense.
Scott is a sought-after for law enforcement, executives, attorneys, negotiators and business professionals across various industries.
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I also used your mirroring techniques in a recent deposition and I think she said more than she would have otherwise.
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“Body Language Frankenstein”
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