It turns out how you hold your head can impact how people perceive you.

It turns out how you hold your head can impact how people perceive you. Canadian researchers found tilting one's head downward, even if the facial features are in a neutral position, leaves an observer thinking the person is more dominant. Researcher Zachary Witkower explains, "This effect is caused by the fact that tilting one's head downward leads to the artificial appearance of lowered and V-shaped eyebrows-- which in turn elicit perceptions of aggression, intimidation, and dominance." Now the scientists want to do more research into how the tilt of the head affects how people interpret facial expressions.

(EurekAlert!

 
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