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The first is wrong - there's no evidence that yawning actually increases our intake of oxygen - but the second is true. Why yawning is so contagious remains something of a mystery, although it's known that people yawn when they see someone else yawn, when they hear them yawn, when they read about yawning, and even when they just think about it. Why we actually yawn is also a mystery. Various explanations have been put forward, the most recent being the suggestion that yawning 'cleans the brain' by flushing out the cerebrospinal fluid.

When we're exposed to a loud, unexpected noise we instinctively raise our shoulders and pull our head down. This enables us to protect our head and neck from injury. Raising the shoulders as part of the shrug is also self-protective, but in this context it's more symbolic. Because self-protection is such an integral part of submission, it means that the shrug has more in common with submission than with dominance. • HEAD. When people shrug they frequently place their head to one side. As we shall see later, 'canting' the head is a submissive gesture.

High-status individuals occupy more space - they have bigger houses, cars and offices. They also use up more of the space around them, and other people usually acknowledge their claims by allowing them extra space. High-status people seem to create an invisible boundary around them - not unlike a military exclusion zone - which other people approach with caution. Indeed, it's often the hesitant way that people approach the invisible boundary around a dominant individual that provides the most telling clues 39 THE BOOK OF TELLS about how important they are, and that serves to reinforce that person's feelings of superiority.

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