I am a behavioral profiler and a researcher investigating nonverbal communication. For many years, I have been running a training and consulting firm called the Institute of Nonverbal Communication, under which I carry out research using biosensor technologies.
As a profiler and a coach, I have worked for EU and UN agencies, as well as for uniformed services, ministries, and corporations. I have created and implemented a training program for identifying suspicious behaviors at European airports. I am a member of the International Association of Behaviour Detection & Analysis. Currently, I am exploring behavioral psychology while pursuing a doctoral degree in Vienna.
As part of my research project, I am investigating the linguistic analysis of statement credibility. The title of my dissertation is Credibility assessment in written communication. I study how the way of speaking and writing changes when one is lying.
Observing and examining human behaviors is a passion of mine. I dedicate a lot of time to the notion of perceived physical appearance and expression of emotions using facial appearance with due account of cultural differences. I am secretly hoping that you will find this subject fascinating, too!