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11 mars 2012

Eric Goulard - Références bibliographiques des livres et formations



Références utilisées dans mes livres et formations

(Liste non exhaustives. Dernière mise à jour 2014))





LIVRES

- Ariely, Dan. Predictably irrational. Harper Collins. 2010. 348p

- Ariely, Dan. The Upside of Irrationality. The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Work and at Home. 2011. 350p

- Ariely, Dan. The Honest Truth about Dishonesty. Harper Colins. 2013. 304p

- Bandler, Richard. Un cerveau pour changer. La Programmation Neuro-Linguistique. Inter Editions. 2000. 229p

- Baxter, Craig James. Human Behaviour: A Fascinating Look at Emotions, Superstitions and Body Language. Createspace. 2013. 124p

- Baxter, Craig James. Unmasked: A Revealing Look at the Fascinating World of Body Language. Createspace. 2013. 92p

- Beattie, Geoffrey. Visible Thought. The New Psychology of Body Language. Routledge. 2003. 216p

- Biggs, Michael. in Hedström, Peter. Bearman, Peter. The Oxford Handbook of Analytical Sociology. Oxford University Press. 2009. 800p

- Brainerd, C.J. Reyna, V. F. The Science of False Memory. Oxford University Press. 2005. 578p

- Cialdini, Robert. Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion. Harper Collins. 2007. 336p

- Cyrulnik, Boris. Bustany, Pierre. Oughourlian, Jean-Michel. André, Christophe. Janssen, Thierry. Van Eersel, Patrice. Votre cerveau n'a pas fini de vous etonner. Albin Michel. 2012. 230p

- Danesi, Marcel. Messages, Signs and Meanings. A Basic Textbook in Semiotic and Communication Theory. Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. 2004. 410p

- Darwin, Charles. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. Penguin Classics. 1872. Reprint 2009. 400p

- Decker, Bert. You’ve Got to Be Believed to Be Heard. Saint Martin’s Press. 320p

- Dimitrius, Jo-Ellan. Mazzarella, Mark. Reading People: How to Understand People and Predict Their Behavior, Anytime, Anyplace. The Ballantine Publishing Group. 1999. 314p

- Dunn, Stu. True Lies: A Guide To Reading Faces, Interpreting Body Language and Detecting Deception in the Real World. Createspace. 2013. 232p

- Driver. Janine. You Can’t Lie to Me. Harper One. 2012. 274p

- Ekman, Paul. Emotions Revealed. Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life. Times Books. 2003. 288p

- Ekman, Paul. Je sais que vous mentez ! L’art de détecter ceux qui vous trompent. Michel Lafon. 2010. 349p

- Ekman, Paul. Friesen, Wallace. Unmasking the Face. A Guide to Recognizing Emotions from Facial Expressions. Malor Edition. 2003. 212p

- Ekman, Paul. Friesen, Wallace. Hager, Joseph. The Facing Action Coding System. Investigator’s Guide. A Human Face Publishing. 2002. 527p

- Fisher, Helen. Why Him? Why Her? How to Find and Keep Lasting Love. Henry Holt. 2010. 306p

- Fisher, Helen. Why We Love. The Nature and Chemistry of Romantic Love. Henry Holt. 2004. 304p

- Festinger, Leon. Conflict, Decision and Dissonance. Stanford University Press. 1964. 165p

- Gallo, Carmine. The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great In Front Of Any Audience. McGraw-Hill. 2010. 256p

- Guéniat, Olivier. Benoit, Fabio. Les Secrets Des Interrogatoires Et Des Auditions De Police : Traité De Tactiques, Techniques Et Stratégies. PPUR. 232p

- Gilbert, Daniel. Stumbling On Happiness. Vintage. 2005. 336p.

- Givens, David. Crime Signals: How to Spot a Criminal Before You Become a Victim. Saint Martin’s Griffin. 2009. 240p

- Givens, David. Love Signals: A Practical Field Guide to the Body Language of Courtship. Saint Martin’s Griffin. 2005. 230p

- Givens, David. Your Body At Work: A Guide to Sight-Reading the Body Language of Business, Bosses, And Boardrooms. Saint Martin’s Griffin. 2010. 256p

- Godefoid, Jo. Psychologie science humaine et science cognitive. Deboeck. 2011.1160p

- Goldstein, Noah. Martin, Robert. Cialdini, Robert. Yes! Devenez un as de la persuasion en 50 leçon. Groupe Express Ed. 2008. 273p

- Goleman, Daniel. Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships. Bantam Books. 2007. 403p

- Gottman, John. Les couples heureux ont leurs secrets : les sept lois de la réussite. Pocket. 2006. 343p

- Goulard, Eric. Comment détecter les mensonges. Vos émotions vous trahissent… Leduc.S. 2013. 256p

- Goulard, Éric. Comprendre et maîtriser l’intelligence non verbale. Leduc.S Editions. 2014. 256p

- Goulard, Éric. Ne vous trompez plus sur leurs intentions. Les sciences cognitives au service de vos relations. Createspace. 2013. 184p

- Goulard, Éric. Osez forcer la chance. Createspace. 2014. 196p

- Goulard, Éric. Tous Irrationnels ! Votre cerveau vous joue des tours. Createspace. 2014. 256p

- Grosse, Julia. Reker, Judith. Don't Get Me Wrong! The Global Gestures Guide. Bierke. 2011. 128p

- Hall, Edward T. The Hidden Dimension. Bantam. 1966. Doubleday. Reprint 1988. 217p

- Harrigan, Jinni A. Rosenthal, Robert. Scherer Klaus. The New Handbook of Methods in Nonverbal Behavior Research. Oxford University Press. 2005. 536p

- Hirsch, Alan R. How to Tell If Your Teenager Is Lying and What to Do About It. Hilton Publishing. 2010. 177p

- Hogan, Kevin. Art et science de l’influence. Ixelles Ed. 2009. 279p

- Knapp, Mark. Hall, Judith. Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction. Wadsworth Publishing Company. 2009. 496p

- Ledoux, Joseph. The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life. Phoenix. 1998. 384p

- Lewis, David. The Secret Language Of Success: Using The Body Language To Get What You Want. Galahad Books. 1995. 256p

- Lieberman David J. You Can Read Anyone: Never Be Fooled, Lied to, or Taken Advantage of Again. Viter Press. 2007. 183p

- Lieberman David J. Comment obtenir ce que vous voulez. Les secrets pour contrôler et influencer toutes les situations. Leduc.S. 2009. 256p

- Mastumoto, David. Frank, Mark G. Hwang, Hyi Sung. Non Verbal Communication: Science and Application. Sage Publication. 2012. 322p

- Milgram, Stanley. Soumission à l'autorité. Calmann-Levy. 1994. 270p

- Mehrabian, Albert. Silent Messages: Implicit Communication of Emotions and Attitudes. Wadsworth Publishing. 1972. 152p

- Mehrabian, Albert. Non Verbal Communication. Aldine Transaction. 2007. 235p

- Morris, Desmond. Le zoo humain. Livre de Poche. 1971. 320p

- Morris, Desmond. Le Langage des gestes. Marabout. 2011. 320p

- Morris, Desmond. Manwatching. A Field Guide to Human Behaviour. Jonathan Cape Ltd. 1977. 320p

- Morris, Desmond. People Watching. Vintage Books. 2002. 526p

- Morris, Desmond. The Naked Ape: A Zoologist’s Study of the Human Animal. 1967. Delta Reprint 1999. 256p

- Navarro, Joe. Ces gestes qui parlent à votre place. Ixelles Ed. 2010. 284p

- Navarro, Joe. Clues to Deceit: A Practical List. Amazon Kindle Edition. 2011

- Navarro, Joe. Louder Than Words. Harper Collins Publishers. 2010. 256p

- Navarro, Joe. Poker Tells. A&A Printing. 2011. 91p

- Nierenberg, Gerard. How to Read a Person like a Book. Barnes & Noble Books. 2003. 192p

- Paget, Jacques. Le Pouvoir de l’illusion. Les clés de votre réussite. Plon. 2005. 205p

- Pease, Allan. Body Language. How to Read Others’ Thoughts by Their Gestures. Sheldon Press. 1988. 152p

- Pink, Daniel H. La vérité sur ce qui nous motive. Leduc.S. 2011. 256p

- Robinson. Richard. Pourquoi la tartine tombe toujours du côté du beurre : la loi de Murphy expliquée a tous. Dunod. 263p

- Rosenblum. Lawrence. See What I'm Saying - The Extraordinary Powers of Our Five Senses. Norton. 2010. 350p

- Sharot. Tali. Tous programmé pour l’optimisme ! Marabout. 2012. 288p

- Stout, Martha. The Sociopath Next Door. Three Rivers Press. 2005. 241p

- Vrij, Aldert, Detecting Lies and Deceit: Pitfalls and Opportunities, Wiley-Blackwell.Reprint 2008. 502p

- Walters, Stan. Principles of Kinesic Interview and Interrogation. Crc Press. 2002. 384p.

- Watzlawick, Paul. La réalité de la réalité - Confusion, désinformation, communication. Seuil, 1984. 237p

- Wiseman, Richard. 59 Seconds. Pan Books. 2010. 256p

- Wiseman, Richard. Quirkology: The Curious Science of Everyday Lives. Pan Books. 2008. 320p

- Zimbardo, Philip. The Lucifer Effect: How Good People Turn Evil. Rider Books. 2009. 552p.

- Zulawski, David E. Wicklander, Douglas E. Practical Aspects of Interview and Interrogation. Second Edition. CRC Press Inc. 2002. 523p.


Achetez ces livres sur

COURS

- Aamodt, Mike. Detecting Deception. Radford University. Support De Cours. 03-2007. 21 P.

- Sauleau, Paul. Physiologie des émotions et de la motivation. Université De Rennes 1. Support De Cours Non Daté. 47 P.

- Bloom, Paul. Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 110). 21 Lectures. Yale University. YouTube. USA. 2008

- Eagleman, David. Your Time-Bending Brain. The Big Think. YouTube. USA. 2013

- Kihlstrom, John F. General Psychology. 25 Lectures. University of California Berkeley. YouTube. USA. 2008

- Matsumoto, David. Intelliculture Cross-Cultural Adaptation Course. Humintell. YouTube. USA. 2013

- Sapolsky, Robert. Are Humans Just Another Primate? California Academy of Sciences. Lecture. YouTube. 76 Min. USA. 2011

- Sapolsky, Robert. Human Behavioral Biology. 25 Lectures. Stanford Department of Biology. Standford University. YouTube. USA. 2010


 VIDÉOS

- Ape to Man. Directed By Nic Young. The History Channel. 89 Min. USA. 2005

- Becoming Human. 3 épisodes. PBS - NOVA. 51 Min. USA. 2011

- Body Language – Non-Verbal Communication. Strategies to Get the Edge in Business and in Person. Kevin Hogan. Network 3000 Publishing. Usa. 2002

- Coupez Le Son ! Le charisme politique. René Zayan. Studiocanal. 90 Min. France. 2007.

- Evolve - Episode 6/6: Communication. The History Channel. USA. 2008

- La face cachée de la peur. Arte. 52min. France. 2008

- How Does The Brain Work? Science Now. NOVA. 53 Min. 2011

- How Does Your Memory Work? BBC. Horizon. 49 Min. 2008

- Origins of Us - Episode 3/3: Brains. BBC. UK. 2011

- Secrets of Body Language. The History Channel. 93 Min. USA. 2008

- Secrets of Interrogation. Discovery Channel. Towers Production. 43 Min. USA. 2009

- Test Your Brain. 3 Episodes. National Geographic. 2011

- The Truth about Liars. CBC. 60 Min. Canada. 2009

- The Ultimate Guide to Human Body. Discovery Channel. 50min. USA. 2002

- This Emotional Life. 3 Episodes. PBS - NOVA/ WBGH. 116min. USA. 2009

- What Darwin Never Knew. NOVA/WGBH Production. 142 Min. USA. 2009

- X:enius 1. Comment l’homme s’est-il mis debout ? ARTE. 26 Min. Allemagne. 2012

- X:enius 2. Les hormones. ARTE. 26 Min. Allemagne. 2013

- X:enius 3. Perception du temps. ARTE. 26 Min. Allemagne. 2013

- X:enius 4. Rôle de l’inconscient et de l'intuition. ARTE. 26 Min. Allemagne. 2013


QUELQUES ARTICLES

- Aadland, David. Shaffer, Sherrill. Time Compression. University Of Wyoming. 2012

- Addis, Donna Rose et al. Hippocampal Contributions to the Episodic Simulation of Specific and General Future Events. Wiley Online Library. 2010

- Alter, Adam L. Oppenheimer, Daniel M. Predicting Short-Term Stock Fluctuations by Using Processing Fluency. Princeton University. 06/2006

- Bargh, John A. Williams, Lawrence E. Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Interpersonal Warmth. Science. Vol 322 10/2008

- Bargh, John A., & Shalev, Idit. The Substitutability of Physical and Social Warmth in Daily Life. Emotion. Vol 12. 02/2012.

- Bradshaw, John. What Your Cat is Thinking. Cat Sense Unravels Some Mysteries. New-York Times. 01/2014 ; Voici comment votre chat vous voit : Un gros chat un peu débile. Slate.fr. 01/2014

- Brown, Joshua. Brain Region Learns to Anticipate Risk, Provides Early Warnings. Washington University in St-Louis. Newsroom.12/2005.

- Bruss, Thomas. Rüschendorf, Ludge. Perception of Time. Université Libre de Bruxelles & Universität Freiburg. 2009

- Bushman, Brad.J. Wang, Morgan. C. Anderson, Craig. A. Is the Curve Relating Temperature to Aggression Linear or Curvilinear? Assaults and Temperature in Minneapolis Reexamined. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Vol. 89. 2005.

- Careerbuilder.Com. Étude 12/2005

- Chaityn Lebovits, Susan. Study Reveals Older Adults Spot Phoney Smiles Better. Brandeis University. 04/2011

- Carter Christine. Habits Are Everything. Psychology Today. 04/2012

- Cirelli, Chiara. Sleep Boosts Production of Brain Support Cells. Society for Neuroscience. University Of Wisconsin-Madison. 09/2013

- Cnn.Com. Honey, I Cheated with Your Checkbook. Étude Harris Interactive. 07/2008

- De Gelder, Beatrice. Tamietto, Marco. Neural Bases of the Non-Conscious Perception of Emotional Signals. Nature Neuroscience. 10/2010.

- Deloitte Teen Ethics. 5th Annual Junior Achievement. Étude 5/12/2007

- Dimberg, Ulf. Thunberg, Monika. Grunedal, Sara. Facial Reactions to Emotional Stimuli: Automatically Controlled Emotional Responses. Uppsala University. 2002

- Ditzen, Beate. Be Mine Forever: Oxytocin May Help Build Long-Lasting Love. Scientific American. 2013

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- Eagleman, David. The Possibilian. The New-Yorker. 04/2011

- Ehrsson, Henrik. Scientists Trick the Brain into Experiencing Barbie-Doll Size. Science Daily. 05/2011

- Ekman, Paul. O’Sullivan, Maureen. Frank, Mark. A Few Can Catch A Liar. 05/1999.

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- Ekman, Paul. O’Sullivan, Maureen. Who Catch A Liar? Journal of American Psychologist. 09/1991

- Elfenbein, Hillary A. Beaupré, Martin. Lévesque, Manon. Hess, Ursulla. Toward A Dialect Theory: Cultural Differences in the Expression and Recognition of Posed Facial Expressions, Emotion. Vol7. 2007

- Emanuele, Enzo. NGF And Romantic Love. University Of Pavia. 2005

- Evan, Julie Ryan. Why Women Lie. Bettyconfidential.Com. 06/2008

- Frank, Mark. Hurley, Carolyn. Executing Facial Controle During Deception Situations. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 02/2011.

- Friends Provident. Étude 28/12/2006

- Genex. Étude Interactive. Durex. 6/2/2003

- George Bush, George. Luu, Phan. Posner, Michael I. Cognitive and Emotional Influences In Anterior Cingulate Cortex. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 06/2000

- Hairston, Ilana S. Humans Can Learn New Information During Sleep. Nature Neuroscience. 08/2012.

- Hess. Eckhard. Attitude and Pupil Size. Scientific American. Sican. Avril 1965.

- Hirsch, Alan, Sexy Scents: The Nose Knows The Best Sensory Stimuli. Pittsburg Post-Gazette. 02/2001

- Humintell. Determining Mental State from Tone of Voice. 11/2010

- Humintell. Eyes Movement Mishaps. 02/2012

- Ijzerman, Hans. Semin, Gün. The Thermometer of Social Relations: Mapping Social Proximity On Temperature. Psychological Science. Vol 2434. 2010

- Johnson, L.A. Sexy Scents: The Nose Knows The Best Sensory Stimuli. PG News. 02/2001

- Josephson Institute of Ethics. Etude à propos du mensonge in Bizvoice Magazine. 06/2006

- Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. The Global Deception Research Team. A World of Lies. 2006

- Kahneman, Daniel. A Survey Method for Characterizing Daily Life Experience: The Day Reconstruction Method. Science. 12/2004

- Kahneman, Daniel. Krueger, Alan B. Schkade, David. Schwarz, Norbert. Stone, Arthur A. Would You Be Happier If You Were Richer? A Focusing Illusion. Princeton University. 2006

- Larcker, David.F. Zakolyukina, Anastasia A. Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Call. Standfort University. Stanford GSB Research Paper No. 2060, Rock Center for Corporate Governance Working Paper No. 83. 07/2010

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- MBA Programs. The Logic Of Online Lovin’: Does Online Dating Work? Kristin Marino. 02/2012

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- Maguire, Eleanor A. Woollett, Katherine. Acquiring ‘‘The Knowledge’’ of London’s Layout Drives Structural Brain Changes. University College London. Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging. 2011

- Martin, Pearl Y. Laing, Jenny. Martin, Robin. Mitchell, Melanie. Caffeine, Cognition and Persuasion: Evidence for Caffeine Increasing the Systematic Processing of Persuasive Messages. Journal of Applied Psychology. 07/2006

- Mastumoto, David. Frank, Mark G. Hwang, Hyi Sung; Skinner, Lisa. Detecting Deception. Evaluating Truthfulness and Detecting Deception - New Tools to Aid Investigator. 06/2011

- Matsumoto, David. Hwang, Hyi Sung. Evidence for Training the Ability to Read Microexpressions of Emotion. Springer Science Business Media. 2011

- Matsumoto, David. Facial Expressions Are Not Universal - The Study and Its Flaws. Humintell. 09/2010

- Matsumoto, David. The Origin of Universal Human Emotions. San Francisco State University. 2011

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- Navarro, Joe. What The Feet And Legs Say About Us! Psychology Today. 05/2011.

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- O’leary, Maureen. Ancestor of All Placental Mammals Revealed. Science. 02/2013

- Pronin, Emily. Lin Y. Daniel. Ross, Lee. The Bias Blind Spot: Perceptions of Bias in Self Versus Others. Stanford University. 2002

- Pytel, Barbara. Surveys Show Less Integrity Among High School And College Students. Duke University. 09/2007

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- Science & Vie. Les cultes du cargo. Ainsi naissent les religions. Hors-Série 12/2013

- Science & Vie. On a pu remonter la piste d’un souvenir. 08/2012

- Science & Vie. Perçoit-on tous les couleurs de la même façon. 09/2012

- Science & Vie. Un mauvais souvenir peut être effacé. 12/2012

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INTERNET

- Université de McGill. Le cerveau à tous les niveaux. http://lecerveau.mcgill.ca

- David Givens. The Nonverbal Dictionary of Gestures, Signs, and Body Language Cues. The Center for Nonverbal Studies. www.nonverbal-dictionary.org

- Joe Navarro. www.psychologytoday.com/blog/spycatcher

- David Matsumoto. www.davidmatsumoto.com

- Craig James Baxter. www.all-about-body-language.com

- Eric Goulard. Site : ericgoulard.com et nonverbal.expert - Livres : livres.ericgoulard.com

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