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Power Posing Is Back: Amy Cuddy Successfully Refutes Criticism
Results 1 - 30 of 63 Social psychologist Amy Cuddy argues that "power posing" -- standing in a Playlist: Diane von Furstenberg's 5 favorite TED Talks (5 talks).for
Amy Cuddy demonstrates an expansive body posture. Photo: Getty Images, Craig Barritt. In , power posing was all the rage. What was the controversy all about? Now, Cuddy can legitimately claim that power posing is science. Nonetheless, feeling more powerful after power posing is a major finding. The good news is that Cuddy has successfully redeemed power posing.
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Does standing with your arms and legs spread wide or putting your feet on your desk give you greater confidence? In , Harvard psychologist Amy Cuddy, along with two co-authors, surprised the world with research that suggested it did. Her account of the research and her struggle over her own confidence after a brain-damaging accident were deeply compelling. Her advice to spend a few minutes in a power pose before a public appearance, job interview, or other nerve-wracking event, seemed both sensible and easy to follow. The findings and her TED Talk catapaulted her to fame and she now commands hefty speaking fees.
So I want to start by offering you a free no-tech life hack, and all it requires of you is this: that you change your posture for two minutes., Amy Joy Casselberry Cuddy born July 23,   is an American social psychologist , author and speaker. She is known for her promotion of " power posing ",   a controversial self-improvement technique whose scientific validity has been questioned.