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King Carl Gustafs physical signals during yesterday's talk-interview radiated out everything else's credibility, according to body language expert and social scientist Live Bressendorf Lindseth.
Carl Gustaf denied as known to all scandal allegations directed at him lately, but the body language guru was not convincing, as several critics in Sweden. Total kungen said the word "Inte" 79 times and "no" 36 times during the interview. - Body language is exuded to the king no credibility.
My first thought was here is a man who squirms away. A pressure man. Moreover, the answers hesitantly and hopeless, "she told AP, adding: - He was unsure, confused, and reminded me a little boy of 4-5 years who have been taken to go on the apples and confronted with it, "says Live Bressendorf Lindseth.
Body language expert has worked with the meaning of body signals for over 25 years and lectures for industry on the issue around in Scandinavia.
Although kungen firmly placed behind a table and hid his hands much of the future, according to Live at the king's face "revealed" a number of emotions.
Kung winked very much and it is typically a sign that you do not have it good. He reminded me of Bill Clinton.
For a similar example is when Clinton responded to questions about Monica Lewinsky on the Senate committee. Then he winked very much insane. - It is very difficult to control.
But when you're feeling the emotion you are more concerned about what to respond than control themselves, "she said. President Clinton faced tough opposition when his affair with Monica Lewinsky became known in 1998.
¨The pupils were larger The president denied that famous first for the allegations in a television interview with the now infamous words "I did not have sex with that woman."
Later, during a grand jury hearing, Clinton was unable to lie anymore, but still tried to be as vague as possible. - The main reason is because one winks to cut out the outside world, because one experiences the outside world as intrusive, "says Live.
When he spoke were his pupils suddenly a little bigger. It is a sign that one is emotionally affected. Sense impressions turn into the pupils in that they expand. It's something you can not control.
Kung moistened lips abnormally often, if you look at the rocks. It means that he has heart palpitations, feeling a need for more air. This is a classic nervousness. An escape response when you feel threatened, "says body language-Live.
Jens E. Kjeldsen is communications advisor and professor of rhetoric at the University of Bergen. He thinks the king will leave an impression of doubt. - He does not appear particularly convincing. In part, the answers are too vague and unclear, especially at the points which are the most important. In part, body language seems a little uncertain. Together you get the viewer a sense of doubt.
Originally posted by doctornamtab
What's the Swedish king done? What's he lying about?
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 31 (UPI) -- Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf is engulfed in a growing scandal over reports of shady associations and strip club visits, royal watchers in Sweden say.
In an interview with the Swedish news agency TT, the king flatly denied allegations he visited sex clubs and had indirect contact with organized crime.
You would be surprised how many people cannot really read body language or facial expressions.
Maybe its because people watch too much TV, and they see so many "acted" facial expressions they have no real good baseline for what "real" looks like anymore.
Originally posted by Zamini
Hehe I know, And that in turn can make them believe nobody can read them.
Originally posted by Zamini
I believe another factor is the lack of interaction with real emotion in the early years of childhood.