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Roger Abrantes - filmed 2006 - this DVD qualifies for 2 trainer & 4 behavior consultant CCPDT CEUs

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Silent Language 

Presented by: Roger Abrantes

DVD- 3 disc set 

Human body language is also called non-verbal communication or the unspoken human language. Many misunderstandings arise when we listen to someone, but we do not look at them. We have many body and facial expressions that emphasize, soften or contradict what our words say.

Body language is universal, but there are differences, which can become embarrassing if we do not know them. You will learn how to know what people want to tell you, before they open their mouths. Over 200 still images are used to illustrate innumerable subtleties of body language. In this talk, the speaker will also explain how other species, especially canines, perceive our body language and may misunderstand it at times.


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Type DVD universal format
Run Time 6 hrs
Presenter Roger Abrantes
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2006, Tawzer Dog LLC
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About The Presenter (BIO)

Roger Abrantes, PhD in Evolutionary Biology and Ethology, and BA in Philosophy, DHC, DF, MAPBC, born in Portugal in 1951, has lived most of his life in Denmark.

He is the author to 17 books in English, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Italian, and Czech, and numerous articles on behavior. He is probably one of the most versatile ethologists in the world. His work ranges from lecturing at the Ethology Institute, where he is the divisional director, to appearances as guest lecturer in universities world wide, popular talks, treatment of behavior problems, teaching canine and human behavior to police officers, training rats to detect landmines in Tanzania, and performing marine environmental management duties (he is also a certified Divemaster and Rescue Diver).

He has written popular books with sound advice to pet owners as well as theoretical scientific dissertations. He teaches ethology, anthropology, and epistemology (theory of knowledge), besides his practical work with dogs, horses cats, rats, and diving missions.

He is a popular guest in TV and radio programs in his home countries and in the US.

His English books 'Dog Language–An Encyclopedia of Canine Behavior' and 'The Evolution Of Canine Social Behavior' became hits the moment they reached the US bookshelves. He lectures often in the US.

Dr. Abrantes is especially known for his views on social behavior and its applications to the daily understanding of pet behavior; and for his no-nonsense working methods, a practical and thorough application of Ethology and Learning Theory, teaching the animal the new patterns patiently and efficiently step by step.

His actual work involves research into the philosophical aspects of evolutionary biology (besides being committed to the Tanzania project and his diving commitments).

Roger Abrantes is truly a citizen of the world. If you ask him where he lives, he will answer you 'Planet Earth' and there's something about it. He lives in Cambridge, UK, Lisbon, Portugal, Morogoro, Tanzania, and on an island, which name he refuses to reveal, in the south of Thailand. He speaks nine languages, English, Portuguese, French, Danish, and Swedish (fluently), Spanish, Italian, German, and Thai (less fluently).

He is a keen sportsman, having raced cars for many years. He has also played roller hockey in the German Bundesliga where he was his team's first goal-keeper until a few years ago. Nowadays he runs 10 ks and, when he's not working, he dedicates himself to his two life-long passions: reading (everything) and listening to music (Blues, Rock, New-Age, Opera).

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