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'Power poses' don't work, eleven new studies suggest -- ScienceDaily

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The claim that holding a 'power pose' can improve your life became wildly popular several years ago, fueling the second most-watched TED talk ever but also casting doubts about the science behind the assertion. Now comes the most definitive evidence to date suggesting that power poses do not improve your life.

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