1. To increase public awareness on the benefits of body language.
2. To enhance the use of body language to promote greater human understanding.
3. To promote knowledge on this field through research and education.
4. To provide support and association for all specialist and professionals in this field.
Background of Establishment
The idea of establishing a Society for increasing awareness and developing further the science of body language analysis for detecting deception was conceived after realizing that there was still a lot of ignorance on the subject matter. The hope is that through this approach, investigators could learn to easily detect deception from the non-verbal cues leaked by an individual during questioning. Yet the application is not intended solely for investigators because we all could be more empowered by knowing when the person we are having a conversation with is actually trying to deceive us.
Through the use of scientific findings and further research this Society hopes to provide support and encouragement for all those specializing in this field of Body Language and thus enhance the recognition of this wonderful science of human nature.
Mr.Jackson Yogarajah, the founding president, has a Masters in Social Psychology from Trinity University(USA). He began his Body Language training career in 1995 and today remains the leading trainer in this region in the field of Body Language for use in interviews, investigations, crime prevention and others.
He has contributed by conducting trainings for the Royal Malaysian Police Special Branch, Institute if Diplomacy & Foreign Relations, The Royal Brunei Police Force, The Anti-Corruption Bureau of Brunei Darussalam, The Customs & Excise Department of Brunei & The Customs Excise Department of the Republic of Indonesia, and other government agencies. He has also published 3 books on the subject of body language and has been featured in almost all local newspapers including Malay and Chinese newspapers. His articles and letters appear in many blogs, and he has written more than 40 body language articles in the New Straits Times and other newspapers.