FBI interrogation techniques

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By Jim Campbell

September 25th, 2021

One former FBI, Joe Navarro, agents approach to theinterrogation of a potential suspect.

It’s estimated that as much as 80% of our interaction with others is through nonverbal communication, or body language. And the vast majority of the nonverbal cues we display are driven by our subconscious mind – they are important indications of how we are feeling and what we’re thinking.

Joe Navarro has been studying nonverbal behavior for the past 45 years. Twenty-five of these were spent in the FBI catching spies.​

Today Joe is an internationally recognized expert, consultant, author, and gifted lecturer, in the interpretation of nonverbal behavior.

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