Why a large signature spells vanity (if you're a woman): Study shows that how you sign things can reveal a large amount about your personality
How we sign our name can reveal a lot about our personality, a study suggests.
Men and women with a large signature are more likely to enjoy being the centre of attention – scoring highly on “sociable dominance” in personality tests - researchers found.
And signing their name in this way could be a way of letting people know how they feel, the psychologists suggested.
‘Given the positive association of signature size and sociable dominance, larger signatures could be interpreted as a signal of the inclination to stand out and occupy a central position within a group,’ said the researchers,... read more
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