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The Power of Observation: Little Clues, Big Truths

Summary: The power of careful observation can let you see when someone is bluffing and when you've finally found your soul mate.
Air Date: 12/21/13
Duration: 60
Host: Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Guest Bio: Matthew Hertenstein, PhD
Matthew Hertenstein received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley and is on the faculty at DePauw University. His work has been featured on the Today Show, ABC News, NPR, and in the New York Times, the Economist, and The Guardian (UK). His latest book, The Tell, describes how our sense of intuition is more accurate than most of us realize. He lives in Greencastle, Indiana, with his wife, Margo, and his ever-curious son, Isaac.  Hertenstein regularly gives talks and keynotes, as well as consults on nonverbal communication.
  • Book Title: THE TELL: The Little Clues that Reveal Big Truths About Who We Are
The Power of Observation: Little Clues, Big Truths
No one can predict the IQ of someone they just met, or how successful a company's stock will be just by looking at the CEO, right?

Well, think again.

Psychologist and author of The Tell, Matthew Hertenstein, describes how your sense of intuition is more accurate than you realize.

Hertenstein explains how you can learn to read people's gestures to better understand those around you and make smarter decisions.

Based on current brain science and psychology, Hertenstein shares how the power of careful observation can let you see when someone is bluffing and when you've found your soul mate.

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