Women Are Harder to Read

by Eric Disco
Feb 16

Two recent studies published in LiveScience Journal with interesting results.

Everyone Agrees: Women Are Hard to Read

Researchers showed video clips from speed dates to unrelated male and female observers.

They asked the observers two simple questions:

“Do you think the man was interested in this woman?” and “Do you think the woman was interested in this man?”

Their answers were then compared with the responses of the speed daters themselves.

The results show that both men and women are able to gauge a man’s interest in a woman but both men and women are equally baffled when it comes to figuring out if a woman is interested in a man.

Read the Article Here


Body Language Reveals Socioeconomic Status

Researchers videotaped pairs of strangers in one-on-one interviews. They looked for gestures that indicate level of interest in the other person during one-minute slices of each conversation.

They found that students whose parents were from higher socioeconomic status (SES) backgrounds engaged in more of what he called “impolite” behaviors, such as grooming, doodling and fidgeting.

Lower SES students showed more “I’m interested” gestures, including laughter and raising of the eyebrows.

Read the Article Here


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3 responses
todd says:

what do you think about this Eric?
often, but not always, women do give off signs… subtle yes, but signs of attraction…
Not that we should wait for them to make a move…

anonymous says:

Women do give out IOIs but even though they are showing signs of interest, it’s only for that moment due to their emotional state. The next thing the guy says might put the woman in a completely different emotional state, thus destroying the mood of the interaction. Because women are so emotional, they might go through ranges of emotions in one interaction which would cause the interaction to be difficult to judge.

todd h says:

the lesson i guess is to strive to stoke the attraction but not worry or try to analyze it whatsoever