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jill freeman says April 24, 2013

I do notice people look as if they feel powerless, but I look out for the power poses. Heehee!

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eldridge says May 2, 2013

This was a great TED talk. Body language is so important and i feel many people never think about that.

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Anonymous says May 2, 2013

This was very interesting to me since I am a Criminal Justice student. I have been able to learn a lot of interesting things about body language and how it plays into Criminology. I am actually excited to take Physcology. Body language and human behavior can be very interesting.

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    Aileen Lawrimore says May 2, 2013

    The show "Lie to Me" was all about understanding body language can be so helpful in criminal cases. Great show! (Canceled after only 3 seasons though)

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Amanda White says May 2, 2013

I really enjoyed this TED talk. encouraging insight.

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    Aileen Lawrimore says May 2, 2013

    I notice these cues all the time since watching this! Amazing how much we communicate without ever saying a word!

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Alejandra Garcia says May 7, 2013

This was such a great video! It got me thinking about my own body language and well I do more of the feeling powerless, the shrinking, pulling back. This video helped me notice that I need to feel the power for everything I do.

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Emily Friend says May 9, 2013

I've come across hints of this info in my marketing training, but I haven't seen it put forth so well. This is helpful!

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Sierra Robinson says May 13, 2013

I notice that when I feel excited about something and let it show through my body language people pick up on it and they get excited as well. This works in sales, when I am excited about a product I am trying to sell to someone they instantly get pumped and most of the time buy the item. It is interesting how this kind of stuff works!

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