How to Pick Out Suspicious People

You know the feeling when you know something’s just not right about someone but you can’t put your finger on it? You have a unfounded-but-certain suspicious feeling that you’re dealing with one sneaky dirty greaseball but have no way to prove it. Well, maybe now you can.

The research-savvy way to predict if someone’s about to take advantage of you: They touch their hand, they touch their face, cross their arms, then lean away. 

Now you know. Be careful out there. Its a dog-eat-dog world.

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Psychologists Uncover Hidden Signals of Trust- Scientific American

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