Scientists have made a typical portrait airplane rowdy

In a survey of 750 adults, researchers from Florida International University has made a psychological portrait of a troubled passenger. First, scientists tried to figure out what behavior is troubling the people most. Take into account other factors, such as the total time of the flight, the density of the armchairs, folding back, etc.

Scientists gathered information about the psychological characteristics of volunteers and their experience of flying in a plane. Of psychological traits was assessed mainly by three parameters: the level of self-control, impulsivity and self-centeredness, says The Hindustan Times.

The study proved that frequent flyers on the plane people least likely to behave improperly during flight. Men significantly more often than women bothered other passengers. This is logical, this fact has a direct relationship with the tendency of men to risky behavior and a high degree of aggression.

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