Reaction Analysis Profiling - A Users Guide

Reaction Analysis Profiling - A Users Guide

by Brian leslie

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How do we know when someone is telling a lie? The fact is most people have the ability to identify a liar; they just can’t recognize the particular body language pattern that is unique to that person.

Reaction Analysis Profiling is a proprietary  methodology used to spot patterns of deception through the analysis and patterning of specific body language. Unlike instruments that record physiological response, Reaction Analysis Profiling is a visual reactive methodology which focuses primarily on patterning a person’s body language response in three categories: 1) Primary (eyes) 2) Secondary ( mouth region) 3) General ( body). These responses are  analyzed for specific patterns of deception and inconsistency.  Reaction Analysis Profiling  was developed in 1983 as an alternative interviewing technique used in law enforcement to track patterns of deception in both witnesses and suspects.

This book will teach you how to apply this methodology when conducting interviews or extracting information during a critical event.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151672955
Publisher: Brian leslie
Publication date: 10/15/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Brian Leslie is currently a Deception Analyst with many years of combined law enforcement experience in analytical, investigative methods, including the use of body language and visual profiling. In 1983, an analytical methodology called Reaction Analysis Profiling, was developed by Mr. Leslie to identify, track and translate visual patterns during the interview process. This methodology was primarily used to track deceptive patterning in witnesses during his law enforcement career. He presently consults on criminal defense cases in both Canada and the United States involving witness deception. Mr. Leslie is currently an associate member of the American Bar Association and a committee member of the Individual Rights and Responsibilities, Death Penalty Project.

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