Thursday, March 03, 2005

Medical Breakthrough

A University of Alberta psychology student asked 298 undergraduates, questions about physical aggression. Those males with shorter index fingers than ring fingers were “more likely to show signs of physical aggressive traits” [in response to questions] than men whose fingers were the other way round.

Men whose fingers were shorter than their noses were more likely to show signs of frustration while trying to scrape really big boogers out of them, and men whose fingers were bigger than their feet were more likely to show signs of going into the circus.

A lot of friends mocked my degree in phrenology; Well, who's laughing now?

Italics Mine


Post a Comment

<< Home