Former FBI Agent Explains How to Read Body Language | Tradecraft | WIRED

Publicat pe 21 mai. 2019
Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language?

Check out Joe's book "The Dictionary of Body Language"
www.jnforensics.com/
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  • I need to learn how to read body languages for my test later. thanks RO-tv!!! :D

  • You wouldnt be able to read me at all lol. I'm autistic and do a lot of these things very often, and when I'm alone. The other day I had my hands on my hips in the more "aggressive" way, walking through the store. I clasp my fingers together often. I do these things because I do not know what to do with my hands.

  • So what are the foot shakes>

  • I am a deep deep undercover Spy for Chaos & I will defeat Maxwell Smart & Agent 99

  • when there is no evidence, FBI uses whatever they can find to convict.

  • How do we neutralize them? Is that code for killing them?

  • 7:53 "i know that you blink around 8 times a minute.." *blinks 8 times in 10 seconds*

  • He just taught me how to get away with a murder. Thank you sir

  • Funny what he said about blocking arms because I've analyzed my own arm crossings during certain situations and rarely am i trying to block out something. The idea of it being self soothing resonates way more.

  • Hey how are you? - Too complicated to explain RoboT

  • Holding the flowers down is not body language it is a habit. The extractable Information comes in an interaction with another intelligence, or an interrogation. Enough physical pain makes admit everyone everything, so this can't be a reliable method.

  • Somehow I missed the part about what any of this tells the observer... Practical application is missing?

  • *LAMO! They do not carry flowers like that in Eastern Europe! They carry like everyone else in the world for fucks sake LMAO!*

  • Great video!

  • feet dynamics. knowledge baby.

  • We think we can look at people and read their mind... we can’t.... people are complex. We do things for a lot of reasons.

  • FBI und weh da ist ne Maus vorbei gegangen!

  • “You can have a poker face, but you can’t have a poker body.” ohoho you underestimate how confusing my brain decides to be

  • Most people are not telling the truth without even knowing it the reality is just in their perception

  • His right leg is weird

  • > Navarro? > Special Agent? > Lying your way through? > Too much FO 2...

  • The actors are wearing very nice boots. Any specific reason?

  • I WATCHED THIS VIDEO ON MUTE & HIS BODY LANGUAGE TOLD ME HIS EVERY WORD

  • THE COMMENTS ARE KILLING ME HAHAHAHA

  • ALL THIS PLAYERS ARE LIARS AND CHEATERS!!!!

  • In the poker game the woman wore different shirts ... this was 2 takes ...

  • The FBI is run by globalist satanist TRAITORS. It was created by them for them and NO GOOD MAN RISES.

  • "KGB joined the chat"

  • Lol, thats how I carry flowers here in little old northern England.

  • This seems like an Incredible job...

  • Ohhhhh I read his book I just remember!!! An its very good!

  • I looooov3 body language !!!! Its so interesting!!!

  • The way he puts his legs = illuminati freemason confirmed.

  • He was trying to lie because his right leg was bent.

  • so if someone dosnt do all those things hes fbi agent?

  • we don't hold flowers like that but go off i guess

  • *AUTISTIC*

  • The police can use this

  • Well, I prefer to carry up side down, simply because it lets gravity pull the bouquet together rather than apart. It aligns gravity with the position I want to keep the flowers in. It's a micro-optimization of physics, and has nothing to do with how other people in my culture carry flowers; I don't know anyone else who does it. So I would've been falsely accused because I think a bit more about how I do things? Also, I never do the stiff finger crossing, or hands on the sides thing when feeling insecure or threatened. It increases your physical reaction time if you'd need to defend yourself or something, it goes exactly against my natural instincts. When I feel insecure or threatened I subconsciously make sure my limbs are NOT entangled or in awkward positions. I'm almost always frowning, as I do it when I'm thinking about something. I'm highly sensitive and strongly introverted, so basically find most interactions at least somewhat taxing and will almost always display stress signals. Though expressing in general is much weaker than with your average person at the same time. I guess I'd be a horrible person to analyze :-D

  • why can't you people find the criminals in your own government? because it's never fascism when you do it.

  • scrolling through the comments wondering why humans continue to copy each others format..😔😔

  • Infps could be working as fb agents 😅😅

  • they say "it's the flowers" but they don't ask "why the flowers?"

  • was the video any good at the end...i just fell asleep, too boring

  • *The Pinocchio Effect:* *When a puppet turns into a real person (aka: The Chucky Effect)*

  • lol all the jokes, i bet the FBI agents looking at this comments are having a fun time.

  • are you sure this "former FBI Agent" is named Joe Navarro?

  • Me: extremely depressed. Reacts to nothing FBI: .....

  • I touch my face and stuff when I'm just pure nervous. Doesn't gotta be lien.

  • This is so fascinating

  • I live in the country now and wear nothing but overalls but that was not always the case. This guy is sharing a lot of valuable information that should be studied and taken seriously. That said...I grew up in NYC and cannot get past the fact that this guy is wearing a well tailored suit...Seems pretty bespoked! It fits nicely...you don't get that at the malls. And those beautiful shoes...DA DAmmm!! Cole Haan shoes was my favorite. When it comes to suits....you get what you paid for.

  • Actually we aren't lousy at detecting deception. We just don't listen to our bodies or our intuition when it happens. Women in particular know immediately when a man is predatory, you feel really uncomfortable around them. Its men who aren't as good at this.

  • There's good reason why a man is not EVER supposed to stick thier hand out to a woman, for a handshake. The Book of Etiquette is right, when it says, NEVER approach a woman to shake her hand. NEVER offer your hand to a female for a handshake. Just shake her hand IF SHE OFFERS IT TO YOU.

  • Gregory Adams

  • I really enjoyed watching this video. He offers a ton of information, and it makes sense. I guess some people are very observant. I have always had my own beliefs (similar to his I learned) and especially about eye movement. I've come to depend on my eye observations as they've been very useful in helping me communicate further with people. Now... Off topic BUT the most irritating habit of Judge Judy's is when she asks a question but demands the person answering, stare strictly forward and into her eyes. This expectation is both absurd and uncomfortable, and in no way determines a liar. If anything, she's not allowing the person to process the question and she's denying them their receptive style (which they probably aren't even aware of). I do understand that fidgeting and darting eyes equal deception but give them a chance to answer in their way, first.

  • lol this is common knowledge to me. and its not definitive. there are to many factors.

  • This can be applied to all the Crisis Acting interviews: SandyH0AX, BostonMarathon, OrlandoPulse, Parkland, just to name a few.

  • By the way he talks i strongly believed it had lots of dam patient interrogating spies 🙉

  • I don't believe anything this guy is saying. He's using reverse psychology to make you less aware of the 'tells' you're giving. Would an FBI man do anything less? ;-)

  • Any one else here so they can get better at lying? No? Just me?

  • It is not difficult to spot a person with motives.

  • *FBI Agent meets up with a person with Aspergers* *3 hours later* [FBI Agent]: "I give up..."

  • lol utter piffle

  • I would have wanted a bit more specific information about what different gestures and ticks might mean, not just that they happen. I know it's very individual, but for myself, I am trying to eliminate body language that might give people the wrong impression about what I'm communicating or to have a better understanding of the intentions of others. Over all, I enjoyed the video and will look for the book.

  • He is right on about folding arms and moving eyeballs I do both not to block, disrespect nor avoid anything/anyone. My arms are long and clumsy and I think a lot.

  • Since The Recruit, I have been curious why the FBI would become so open about their trade-craft techniques. In the behind the scenes for that movie, a former FBI agent does the same as this one, where he goes into techniques used by the FBI. I imagine it might be that they might have become obsolete techniques, they may have changed them. But then they give too much foundation in of themselves. I did feel there is a "recruiting" element to it. Because generally, regardless of whether they are former agents, it still would be treason to reveal FBI techniques that were not meant to be shared with the public. I do see operatives of military branches revealing techniques, even psyops techniques used on other countries. But people don't seem to make any correlations with that.

  • completely ethnocentric view of body language ;(

  • Did anybody notice the chick at the poker table sat down in a gray shirt then suddenly its black but everyone else is in the same clothes

  • Eastern European guy buys flowers, gets arrested: FBI: we know you're Eastern European because you carry flowers upside down. the guy: I confess. I am Eastern European.

  • They should’ve played BS with him

  • @6:09 Cuffy - Say it again!

  • This guy knows a lot about flowers

  • The police can tell when a suspect is lying, simply because they've been through the same scenarios many times before. It's their job.

  • 3:20 that's just the way we carry flowers in Europe not just Eastern-Europe

  • @PaulSopsic since you want me to have a job I can physically handle ask the #federalgovernment to put me on the payroll for all of the #free #spoton #psychic #crime solving I’m doing on #Google. At least I’d have #benefits and could get a new #ID without being tracked in #Westlaw. I got nothing......

  • i heard him say glabella and immediately thought of dan and phil. loving dnp for 4 years has definitely made a difference in my life

  • ME : walking with my phone FBI : his a Nigeria

  • Not sure if I believe anything he said. Did anyone see his hands when he spoke, there all over the place 😂

  • ..hands 6:00...all Cops stand like this....

  • Interesting, but his voice or sound quality of the video is loud & jarring..

  • #PokerBody #PokerFace

  • Fair kop, you rumbled me and I will spill my guts by the way I hold a bunch of flowers. Lmfao.

  • Being autistic, a lot of my "body language" is actually just stimming, so I try to learn what other people might be reading the stims as.

  • What a load of bull

  • www.shutterstock.com/image/1430639843?language=en

  • "Most of us select our mates based on nonverbals." *SELECT OUR MATES*

  • 3:16-3:30 We do? I didn't know we were supposed to hold flowers like that...

  • @6:24 I put my hands like that when I’ve washing a lot of dishes & my back hurts. 🤣

  • I bought that book so fast lol

  • Me: You want to play a board game? FBI: We already know it was the butler, in the library, with the candle stick. Me: How did you know it was... FBI: You blinked 9 times, that indicated a CLUE!

  • How many people he tortured, to get confession. How do you detect area between eyes, when people use Bottox? Its frozen, no movement.

  • People must think I’m lying all the time when I itch my nose. There is a fuzz on it somewhere. I’m trying to find it. Leave me alone

  • Fascinating

  • These "body language experts" are the dumbest things. Everyone is different.

  • Pure disinformation .

  • You're guilty!

  • When he talked about blink rate, I started blinking manually.

    • so you used your hands to blink? how was it?

  • comment section is on fire

  • *I Hate Ads*

  • FBI huh? Are we supposed believe that this book isn't an attempt at a disinformation campaign? or is it legit?