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How you move - what that says about you

22 August 2017

How we identify friend or foe from the way they move seems to be a deeply ingrained survival mechanism. People who move less confidently are more likely to be victimised. People who move aggressively are more likely to be avoided.

The shape of your face sends signals too, especially if you're a man. Men with relatively shorter, wider faces are more likely to be perceived as untrustworthy or aggressive. Fascinating. Read more.

The study of biological motion has increased and seems more relevant in these times of surveillance but for us, awareness of the signals we are sending from the way we move, is useful. Teachers, who are undoubtedly expert on reading body language, are in a position to also help students understand the signals they send.

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