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Study Finds Feeling Short Makes People Prone To Paranoia, Psychiatry Research


1/29/2014 2:45:48 PM

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People who experience social situations from a lower height - in other words short people - are more prone to feelings of paranoia, inferiority and excessive mistrust, according to research published on Wednesday.

In a study in the journal Psychiatry Research, scientists showed that making a person's virtual height lower than it actually is can make them feel worse about themselves and more fearful that others are trying to harm them.

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