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What your walk says about you... is wrong
We garner a surprising amount of accurate information from the briefest glimpses of other people - their faces, voices and clothes. That much we know from past research. But what about the way they walk? Does a swagger betray an ego?
A new study discussed on Research Digest suggests that in judging a person's personality from their gait, you and I (and others) are likely to agree with each other. And yet our judgments would be wrong.
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