Do Hands Speak Louder Than Words?

It's an old bromide, but some folks probably couldn't talk if you tied their hands behind their back. Gesticulating is sort of an international language in that most of us talk with our hands as much as our voices. And it turns out that's a good thing, according to new research from Colgate University, published in the current issue of Psychological Science. Psychologist Spencer D. Kelly of Colgate and colleagues at Radboud University in The Netherlands have found that gestures and the spoken...Full Story
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