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One of the Researchers Who Published the Famed Paper on Power Poses Renounces Them

In 2010, Amy Cuddy, Dana Carney and Andy Yap published a paper on the effects your body can have on your mind with actions as simple as standing up straight and approaching the world with strength and confidence. Cuddy continued to confidently assert her power position on this article, giving one of the most watched TED talks ever on the subject, eventually garnering speaking gigs and money based on her research.
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