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Shen ti yu yan : cong ta ren de shen ti zi shi liao jie qi nei xin shi jie / Alun Pisi zhu ; Jia Zongyi, Lu Aijun yi
身体语言 : 从他人的身体姿势了解其内心世界 / 阿伦皮斯著 ; 贾宗谊, 卢爱君译
Bib ID 649015
Format BookBook
Author
Pease, Allan
 
Uniform Title Body language. Chinese
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Beijing : Xin hua chu ban she, 2002 
北京 : 新华出版社, 2002 
3, 3, 238 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 7501156794
Series

Cai zhi li lian xi lie.

财智砺炼系列.

Subjects Body language.  |  Movement, Psychology of.  |  Kinesics.  |  Interpersonal relations.  |  Communication.  |  Nonverbal communication.
Other authors/contributors Jia, Zongyi  |  Lu, Aijun
贾宗谊  |  卢爱君

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