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Body Language Quiz

How Well Can You Read Body Language?

Whether we're on a first date or talking to co-workers, we use body language every day to navigate our way through conversations or to get out of them. Take my quiz to see how well you can read between the moves.





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How Well Can You Read Body Language?

If a person is lying, they may do which of the following?

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jujubb jujubb 4 years
where are the answers?  
popcorn19 popcorn19 8 years
Agree about question 7-- I can't hear very well at all, and always look at the speakers' mouths. While taking this quiz, I had that in the back of my head, thinking: well, I'm concentrating, I guess-- I certainly don't want to kiss anyone!
JessieSP JessieSP 8 years
I liked this quiz. I think I can read people pretty well.
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 8 years
They also sweat when they lie and/or they shift the blame back onto the accuser. I thought #4 was difficult & rather tricky! :( 5/10
ickla10 ickla10 8 years
I like this quiz. got 80%
Miss-Senorita Miss-Senorita 8 years
7/10 not too shabby
eveday eveday 8 years
also, since when did rolling up your sleeves mean you're relaxed. I normally associate that with about to get down to work on somethin (food, gardening, etc.) Yeah, I thought the exact same thing!
elizabethsosewn elizabethsosewn 8 years
also, since when did rolling up your sleeves mean you're relaxed. I normally associate that with about to get down to work on somethin (food, gardening, etc.)
elizabethsosewn elizabethsosewn 8 years
yeah i'd like to fight on number 7. A lot of time people are looking at your moth as you speak because they're trying to hear you better. Science proved (no i cannot find the link.) that you can hear better when you can see the speakers face. And everyone knows a little bit how to read lips, naturally.
pinkpeonygirl pinkpeonygirl 8 years
I only got 5 right, I am a little disappointed, I really thought I knew more about this particular subject. Oh well, you live and learn.
eveday eveday 8 years
6/10. I got question 6 right because I remembered an episode of CSI :)
dani17731 dani17731 8 years
6/10 I was taught in my Anthropology of Business class that this isn't true: "Nonverbal communication varies between cultures, but facial expressions for happiness, sadness, anger, and fear are universal." I was told that many Russians don't smile in public (I forget the reason), but that it doesn't mean they aren't happy.
superjules superjules 8 years
6/10 as well. I wonder if we all got the same ones wrong?
Amanda-La Amanda-La 8 years
6/10 and I thought I was going to get them all right. Oh well.
colleenb colleenb 8 years
@leslievanhouter fixed — thanks!
leslievanhouten leslievanhouten 8 years
"A head tilt to the right increases attractiveness but a tilt to the right does not do the same. " Typo?
janneth janneth 8 years
Wow, I flunked!
Daisy-Doe Daisy-Doe 8 years
That was very interesting! I only got 6 out of 10, but after reading those links I think I might pay more attention to body language from now on.
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