Why do people always look at the number of floors when taking the elevator?
One day, when I took the elevator, I looked up as usual, looking up at the number of floors displayed, and suddenly realized why I would look up every time I took the elevator. Moreover, I looked at the people around and found that they were the same, and they all looked up at the number of floors displayed. Is there any magical magic in the number of floors displayed? Is there any incredible psychological effect behind it? In short, everyone’s behavior is very interesting to me.
In fact, the act of looking up by elevator has a lot to do with our “private space.” The so-called private space refers to a certain space around our body. Once someone breaks into our private space, we will feel uncomfortable and uncomfortable. The size of the private space varies from person to person, but it is generally 0.6 to 1.5 meters before and after, and about 1 meter. According to survey data, women’s private space is larger than that of men, and people with aggressive personality have more private space. We feel uncomfortable in crowded trams because someone has entered their private space.