People with firm handshake are better at problem-solving: study
While it’s no secret that a strong handshake is one of the greatest ways to make a lasting impression, a new study has shown that people with strong handshakes are better at problem-solving, memory tests and reasoning, and have faster reaction times. The research, led by the University of Manchester, analysed the handshakes of 475,000 people and found that those with more muscle strength appeared to have better brains. People with a stronger grip could solve more logic problems in two minutes and remember more numbers from a list, the latest study found. They also reacted more quickly to visual stimuli.…
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