The psychologist recommended to study the pages of the sides before acquaintance in social networks

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a member of the Federation of psychologists of education of Russia Yulia Chelysheva recommended that when meeting new people in social networks to examine the page source. About it reports Agency “Moscow”.

the Psychologist said that learning the page of a stranger will help to determine the nature, attitude and style of life. In particular, the analysis page it’s advised to pay attention to possible aggressive content or other frightening information.

Also, according to her, should pay attention to the presence of pictures and records on the page. Chelysheva explained that an alarm signal will be an empty profile.

in Addition, it is recommended to pay special attention to the first minutes of communication with the interlocutor: if he asks you to derive some benefit in the form of money transfer or asking for a picture, in this case it is necessary to immediately stop the communication.

the Psychologist notes that should also be alarmed if a stranger does not speak the Russian language, in his communication there are errors and inaccuracies. All this may indicate that the message was sent to multiple recipients, says an expert.

“If you’re going to meet someone in social networking – follow the same rules as in real life. Avoid the stamped phrases, read the page source and try to understand whether you have something in common,” concluded Chelysheva.

Earlier Chelysheva recommended that when new people use video conferencing. It is explained by the fact that it is human nature to hide your face when talking to strangers, and to come up with a new picture that is not always true.

When the video and / or telephone conversation will be an opportunity to make a representation about the interlocutor, to establish a common set of interests, said the psychologist.

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