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How to Analyze People on Sight
     

How to Analyze People on Sight

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by Elsie Lincoln Benedict
 

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Finally, the classic psychology book is on the NOOK! Take your psychology "How to Analyze People by Sight" with you wherever you go!

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Finally, the classic psychology book is on the NOOK! Take your psychology "How to Analyze People by Sight" with you wherever you go!

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BN ID:
2940012079558
Publisher:
Daily Success Place
Publication date:
02/02/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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How to Analyze People on Sight 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Mr_Erich_Davis More than 1 year ago
I think this author has excellent skills of observation. And her conclusions for the most part are right on. The challenge for me to read this work is dealing with the extremes in her five personality types. I know she gives a disclaimer in the first chapter outlining the types by saying that most people are a blend of these types. The extremes seem to be common enough sterotypes. Popular labels applied to a group by society. Strictly along the lines of body type and then associated behavior. It's good that she put the disclaimer in there, because i'm sure alot of people who read this work and identify themselves within her world view could possibly be offended. I read this work objectively, and in comparison with similar styles of work that tend to judge a book accurately by its cover. The information in this book is compeling, however I prefer to be reserved in applying the concepts to real world situations.
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Padded in. ((Sorry, l meant res 17
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Perhaps this was good writing and acceptable language in the 1920"s when this came out but I was appalled. Insulted. But I did learn something from it....
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