Body language expert analyzes Stormy Daniels' appearance on 60 Minutes

Dr. Jack Brown is a body language expert. On his site, the Las Vegas physician shares his analyses of the nonverbal communication exhibited by people in topical videos.

I've been reading his site for sometime now and I think he does an incredible job explaining what can be seen by really looking at someone's oh-so-telling body language, esp. their micro-expressions.

So, it was with delight to see that he gave his insight on Sunday night's Stormy Daniels' interview on 60 Minutes.

In short, Brown says Daniels exhibits a high "sincerity quotient" and that she was "telling the truth throughout the duration of this exchange."

He writes:

Although there were many, one of Ms. Daniels'/Clifford's nonverbal displays which carries a high degree of sincerity occurred during 0:33 - 0:34, as she says, "... And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter ...", Ms. Daniels/Clifford leans her torso, while twisting/turning her head and neck - as she is recounting the actions of the man who she said had confronted and threatened her in a parking lot in Las Vegas.

Such physical/body language mirroring of her verbal description is highly consistent with her re-living the event. It indicates honesty - and suggests a higher empathy quotient. It also indicates she's more likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress from this threat...

He furthers:

Another of the many sincerity tells came at the end of the interview at the end of the interview, when Anderson Cooper asks, "The President watches 60 Minutes.

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