People with a slower heart rate are 20 percent more likely to be __________. What is it?
The answer: A Criminal
People with a slower heart rate are 20 percent more likely to be criminals as they desperately seek a stimulating jolt- new study claims. Analyzing data on almost 1,000 young people, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania found a clear correlation between heart rates and crime rates. Experts claim the research could explain why men - who have a naturally lower resting heart rate - commit more crimes. They concluded that men - and women with slower-pumping hearts - are biologically tuned to seek out stimulating experiences, and have a lower level of fear.