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Books and literature referred:
1) Sir Joe Navarro (Book: What Every Body is saying)
2) Allan and Barbara Pease (Book: The Definitive Guide to Body Language)
3) Daniel Goleman (Book: Emotional Intelligence)
4) Richard Conniff (Book: The Ape in the Corner Office)
5) Sir Charles Darwin (Book: The Species)
6) Dr. Paul Ekman (Book: Emotions Revealed)
7) Dr. David B. Givens (Ebook: Nonverbal Dictionary)

Dignitaries to mention: Dr. Sigmund Freud (Founder of Modern Psychoanalysis), Dr. Paul Ekman (Lead proponent of Universality of Facial Expressions), Dr. David B. Givens (Director of Center for Nonverbal Studies), Dr. Howard Gardner (Founder of Multiple Intelligence theory), Dr. David Matsumoto (Pioneer in Microexpressions), Dr. Albert Meharabian (Founder of Proxemics Science), Dr. Albert Schellen (Courtship Behavior Researcher), Dr. David Buss (Evolutionary Psychologist), Dr. Desmond Morris (Leading Biologist), Dr. Geoffrey Miller (Evolutionary Psychologist), Dr. Helen Fischer (Love Psychologist), Dr. Timothy Perper (Independent Courtship Behavior Researcher), Dr. Monica Moore (Obstetrician and Gynecologist), Dr. Devendra Singh (Researcher of Evolutionary Significance of Human Attraction), Dr. Vilayanur Ramachandran (Professor of Behavioral Neurology and Psychoanalysis)Dr. Viren Swami (Professor of Social Psychology), Dr. Beatrice D. Gelder (Cognitive Neuroscientist), Prof. Dr. Amy Cuddy (Associate Professor at Harvard University)
 
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