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We also are less likely to trust those whose hands are not held in a position that we can see.
This comes in contrast to the current widely held assumption that social and economic status is important only to women.First dates and initial online dating exchanges can be filled with tongue ties, awkward silences, and delayed text messages.Deciding if someone is attractive takes about 1.5 to 4 minutes, which is barely enough time for us to say hello and introduce ourselves.Confidence, high self-esteem, being open, and being relaxed.Doing this over the course of a date can be beneficial,” Tanya Vacharkulksemsuk, lead author of the study and a post-doctoral research fellow at UC Berkeley, told .They launched 12 profiles, half of men and half of women, in a dating application showing the individuals posed in both expansive and contractive stances (e.g., arms folded, looking away, looking down).
The number of "yes" responses were received for each profile type per a 48-hour period with each profile having the potential of getting up to 250 "yes" responses over the period.
It seems men are finding these traits desirable in a potential mate as well.
This adds to the scientific literature of the effects of positive body language on perceived attractiveness.
A 2007 study found keeping our torso open towards others is the best way to show that we’re available and interested.
Crossing our arms or holding our phones in front of our chest while checking them makes us appear guarded.
Although open postures increased “yes” responses for both genders, they were more effective in garnering a match for men than for women.