vIndianz.com (Dec.04, 2009) — Searching for the twinkle in her eye to tell if she is head over heels in love with you? Well, it’s point you turn your interest towards her Feet
Glance at woman’s feet to make out if she likes you feet, suggests a latest study. The study says the manner to tell if a woman likes a man is to glance at her feet.
It is thought that our feet gestures are the most prevailing variety of body language because we are less mindful of what we are doing with them.
As for how to make out if a woman has a thing for you: if the female moves her feet away from her body while giggling, to assume a more open-legged attitude, then she is fascinated to you. But if her legs are crossed or tucked under her body, then you should stop thinking about about her.
Bad news for women: the rules do not apply to men, reports The Telegraph.
Professor Geoff Beattie, one of Britain’s top psychologists, made the conclusion after probing how people move their feet in reaction to diverse situations.
Prof Beattie, who is Dean of psychological sciences at the University of Manchester, said: “Whilst people may know what their facial expression or hands might be imparting, they will frequently have no plan whether their feet are moving or the messages their feet are sending out.
“People can camouflage smiles, or mask what they are doing with their eyes, but feet are in fact a bit easier to interpret since people don’t know what they are doing with them.Further Reading
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