A new study correlates first impressions made by shoes with certain personality traits, relationship styles, and economic status, but it finds that people are mistaken when they assume those wearing well-worn shoes are liberal at heart. Conservatives, too, favor comfortable shoes. A Wellesley College psychologist who helped conduct the study provides more details on what our shoes say about us.
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