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What Your Shoulders Say About You (Psychology Today Article)
“Silverbacks don’t go after silverbacks, they go after everything else.”
From the Article:
The shoulders communicate vitality but they can also communicate dominance and hierarchy.
Over my career I have interviewed a lot of criminals and I always made it a point to ask how they assessed their victims before they acted out. Over and over three things stood out, how their victims looked (frail, weak, not athletic), their overall situational awareness (never go after someone who sees you first), and their arm swing (vigorous arm movement or passive subdued). And so to a criminal, our own intra-species predators, as Robert Hare would call them, how the shoulders look is a key factor for those who seek to prey on us. As one psychopath said to me, and this was very telling, “silverbacks don’t go after silverbacks, they go after everything else.” Good point.
You can read the entire article here.