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The body language can dictate our future [Psychology]
posted June 11 2013 19:05.03 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Body language is used by many experts to detect what a person really believes, and what a person really wanted to say. For example, there are experts who watch politicians over and over again and they try to find those little bits of information that their body language sends.

On the other hand, there are experts who teach those politicians how to avoid sending wrong information or how to send fake messages.

But a new study suggests that there is more than that. The body language can actually dictate our psychology. Sitting in a power position for example for 2 minutes can fill us with confidence. And we're not talking about just observations - During this study, the subjects were tested for their hormones like the testosterone levels.

Watch beautiful Amy Cuddy in this extremely interesting video from TedEd explaining how you can empower yourselves in just 2 minutes.



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