Body Language, Body Mechanics, Kinesis, Non-Verbal Communications, whatever you want to call it, is a vast topic. There is a lot of written material (less on the web) that is informative. Unfortunately, most of my library books are now out of print.  Remember that most of these listed below are anecdotal and not valid research.  

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Bibliography on Body Language & Communications





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highly recommended
worthwhile
a classic, but a little dated
not personally read

  Body Language by Julius Fast, Pocket Books, Reissue 1988.  
Subtext: Making Body Language Work in the Workplace, 1991, Out of Print. 
  Bodytalk; The Meaning of Human Gestures by Desmond Morris, 1995
Bodywatching; Bodytalk : a world guide to gestures , Out of Print.
  Conquering Deception by Jef Nance, Irvin-Benham Group, 2001.
  Difficult Conversations by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton and Sheila Heen, Viking Press, 1999.
  Gestures : The Do's and Taboos of Body Language Around the World  by Roger E. Axtell, Wiley, 1998.
How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds
or Less
by Nicholas Boothman, 
Workman Publishing Company, 2000
How to Say It with Your Voice, by Jeffrey Jacobi,  Prentice Hall Press, 2000.
How to Say It at Work: Putting Yourself Across With Power Words, Phrases, Body Language and Communication Secrets, by Jack Griffin,  Prentice Hall Press, 1998.
I Know What You're Thinking: Using the Four Codes of Reading People to Improve Your Life, by Lillian Glass,  John Wiley & Sons, 2002.
  New Perspectives: NLP by Carol Harris, 2000
Reading People by Jo-Ellan Dimitrius and Mark Mazzarella, Ballantine, Paperback 1999.
  Signals: How to Use Body Language for Power, Success, and Love  by Allan Pease, Bantam Books, Reissue 1984..
  The Hidden Dimension  by Edward T. Hall, Doubleday, Reissue 1990.
  The Silent Language by Edward T. Hall, Doubleday, Reissue 1973.
  Teach Yourself Body Language by Gordon Wainwright, McGraw-Hill/Contemporary Books, second edition 2000.
  You've Only Got Three Seconds : How to Make the Right Impression in Your Business and Social Life  by Camille Lavington with Stephanie Losee, Doubleday, 1997

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Additional book references can be found at :

The Power of Body Language
Book Reviews
Bibliography on the Changing Workplace
Bibliography on Coping with Change 
Bibliography on the New Science and Chaos

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