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When a woman is attracted to a man

(HealthDayNews) -- If you meet a woman and you want to know if she's interested in you, ignore what she says and watch her body movements.

That's advice comes from the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Researchers wondered if there were any specific movements that people made when they were sexually interested in someone. They observed people in both Germany and Japan and found that:

When a woman is interested in a man, she'll move around a lot more, fidget and squirm. The more interested she is, the faster and more complex the movements become.

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