Do you find yourself yawning a great deal at the airport, or overly grooming yourself while waiting to catch your flight? You may be drawing the attention of Transportation Safety Administration officers, who are on the lookout for those and other behaviors they consider to be traits of potential terrorists. The Intercept website obtained a copy of the TSA’s Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques, or SPOT, program, which includes a 92-point Spot Referral Report checklist of behaviors the agency thinks indicate stress or deception. Behaviors include sweaty palms, whistling, arrogance, a penetrating stare, fidgeting and rigid posture. The TSA would only acknowledge that the program is just one of many in its arsenal to combat terrorism. Check out our gallery of behaviors that will get TSA agents’ attention.