After viewing the variety of boots, flip-flops, lace-ups, loafers, sandals and sneakers worn by fellow students — admittedly, a limited and largely homogenous sample — the study participants were most successful at guessing the wearers’ age, sex and income. After that, they could most accurately guess attachment style: people with anxious attachment styles were more likely to wear new-looking or well-kept shoes, perhaps because they worry about appearances and what other people think of them, the authors suggest.Read more: http://healthland.time.com/2012/06/14/what-your-shoes-say-about-you/#ixzz2KcdA5T6l
Monday, March 25, 2013
Fortune Telling on Your Feet
Time has an article about a recent study wherein people's choice in shoes and footwear was shown to reveal quite a bit about their personality!