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by John Cleese,Brian Bates

Author: John Cleese,Brian Bates
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Bbc Book Pub; First Edition edition (February 28, 2001)
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Fitness and Health
Rating: 4.7
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The Human Face tells the fascinating story of our most familiar features. Also, be sure to check out the video/DVD that was produced after the book. Great fun with John Cleese and Elizabeth Hurley, with additional material

The Human Face tells the fascinating story of our most familiar features. We embark on an intriguing and unique journey of self-discovery. Great fun with John Cleese and Elizabeth Hurley, with additional material. Especially fascinating- the section on facial beauty with Dr. Stephen Marquardt.

The Human Face tells the fascinating story of our most familiar features. Brian Bates now conducts seminars internationally for people in business and the arts. John Cleese was born in Weston Super Mare. We embark on an intriguing and unique journey of self-discovery, exploring the evolutionary, social, and psychological aspects of the face. Why do we have a face? There are six billion human faces and yet we instantly recognize faces that we know. The face is the key to identity, both for ourselves and others. However, he recovered sufficiently to be admitted to Cambridge University to study science.

Brian Bates (born 1944) is former Chairman of Psychology at the University of Sussex. The Human Face (with John Cleese) (DK Publishing In. 2001

Brian Bates (born 1944) is former Chairman of Psychology at the University of Sussex. He is best known as the author of best-selling books on the shamanic wisdom of Anglo-Saxon England, and for his award-winning course at Sussex on "Shamanic Consciousness"  . 2001, ISBN 978-0-7894-7836-8).

Great fun with John Cleese and Elizabeth Hurley, with additional material.

I put this on here because I have the videos with John Cleese and figure the book covers the same topics. The video's are great and cover the psychological aspects of symmetry and proportion. How the traditionally beautiful and physically extreme proportioned people get along in modern society.

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The Human Face by Brian Bates with John Cleese (Hardback). Bates John Mark-Cold To The Bone BOOK NEW. 1938 february 21 time magazine - john g bates - front cover - G187. 2001, ) Selected articles

Brian Bates (born 1944) is former Chairman of Psychology at the University of Sussex. 2001, ) Selected articles.

There are six billion faces; yours is unique. The Human Face traces the development of the face in evolution, and using real case studies, it reveals our conceptions of the face in our social and psychological worlds. We have been enchanted by the face for a very long time. Even as tiny babies we are drawn to faces. Thirty minutes after being born, when our eyes can barely focus, we prefer to gaze at faces more than at any other object. Our fascination with them is inbred, and continues all through life. We fall in love with people we find beautiful, and we are endlessly intrigued by the faces of the famous. The Human Face tells the fascinating story of the evolutionary, social and psychological development of the human face. Divided into six chapters on origins, identity, expression, beauty, vanity and fame, the book takes us on an intriguing journey of self-discovery. The face is such an intimate part of our lives that understanding its origins, how it works and what it means, is a way of understanding who we are. Fully illustrated with 400 stunning photographs, this book explores the development of the human face and provides an illuminating insight into the self.