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Head Tilt - left, right or center
Tonya Reiman
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Tilt of the head Can it really be that you are judged on appearance and trustworthiness simply by the position of your head? A recent study demonstrates how head tilt can help you appear to be either more trustworthy or more attractive. People who tilt their head to the right by a few degrees are seen as more trustworthy whereas a tilt to the left is seen as more attractive. Which do you need in your next interaction?


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