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(Jonathan Brady / Associated Press) When it comes to impressing potential dates, a little change in posture might make the difference between a swipe right and a swipe left.
A new study led by a UC Berkeley researcher finds that, when all you’ve got is a moment, people who use more expansive, dominant gestures are the ones most likely to earn a second look.
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The pattern was true for both men and women, and it held up when the researchers tested a popular GPS-based dating app to see how users responded as they flipped through photos.
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Photos of people in more expansive postures – leaning back, spreading out, opening the arms – earned more interest than those in contracted postures, with the arms pulled in, taking up little space.
That’s likely to be because expansive postures can signal both dominance and openness.