I think this is a good thread to start. I don't think I've seen a thread like this before (or not recently anyway). I think there's a lot of value in learning about general behavior clues to get you more used to looking for signs at the poker table.
A couple good general resources that I liked a lot:
Unmasking the Face
: Good book by Paul Ekman, the respected behavior expert (and who also was the loose inspiration for the Lie To Me TV show), focusing on facial expressions. Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/Unmasking-Fac.../dp/1883536367
I Know You Are Lying
: This got me interested in interpreting verbal behavior like ten years ago, long before I wrote the Verbal Poker Tells book. Analyzes written statements, including some well-known criminal case evidence, for clues and indicators about what they were thinking and signs that they were aiming to deceive. Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/I-Know-You-Ar.../dp/0967999820