Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps

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Manjul Publishing House, 2006 - Communication - 300 pages
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For their controversial book on the differences between the way men and women think and communicate, the authors spent three years collating the findings of new research on the brain, investigating evolutionary biology, analyzing psychologists, studying social changes, and annoying the locals. The result is a shocking, illuminating and hilarious look at where the battle line is drawn between the sexes, why it was drawn and how to cross it.

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User Review  - teodor_toshkin - LibraryThing

Alan and Barbara Pease are american body language experts and psychologists who travel all around the world to explore the differences between genders. Their book uses biology and evolutionary ... Read full review

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User Review  - lizpatanders - LibraryThing

Overall this is an enjoyable and entertaining book. I picked it up because I saw it in the library and couldn't resist because of the title. It kind of points out things that we know already, but ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Pease is CEO of Pease Training International, which produces videos, training courses and seminars for businesses and governments worldwide.

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