【TED演讲】【中英文字幕下载】Amy Cuddy–肢体语言塑造你自己

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导读:本视频来自哈佛大学商学院教授AmyCuddy在TED的演讲——Your body language shapes who you are《肢体语言塑造你自己》。由笔者合成中英文字幕,供爱好者学习。另外,为了方便大家对照,本文末尾增加了本视频中文字幕及英文字幕文件下载。



肢体语言影响着他人对我们的看法,但同时它也影响着我们对自己的看法。社会心理学Amy Cuddy表示“有力的姿势”—以一个自信的方式站着,即使我们不感到自信—他们也能够影响我们脑内的睾丸酮和可的松含量,甚至可以爆发性地推动我们成功的机会。

body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success.)

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四、Amy Cuddy简介

【TED演讲】【中英文字幕下载】Amy Cuddy--肢体语言塑造你自己

Amy Cuddy是哈佛大学商学院副教授,她拥有普林斯顿大学心理学博士学位。更多关于Amy Cuddy的详细简介,大家可参考以下英文:

Amy J. C. Cuddy is an Associate Professor in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at the Harvard Business School. She holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from Princeton University and B.A. in Psychology from the University of Colorado.

Professor Cuddy studies the origins and outcomes of how we perceive and are influenced by other people, investigating the roles of variables such as culture, emotions, nonverbal behaviors, and psychophysiological indicators. Much of her work focuses on social categories (e.g., Asian Americans, elderly people, Latinos, working mothers) – how they are judged by others and by their own members (i.e., stereotyping), and how these judgments set the tone and content of social interactions (i.e., prejudice and discrimination).
Cuddy and her collaborators have developed a substantial body of research that focuses on judgments of other people and groups along two core trait dimensions, warmth and competence, which shape and motivate our social emotions, intentions, and behaviors. She examines how these social perception and influence processes play out in domains such as hiring, promotion, and charitable giving. Her research has been published in top academic journals, including Science, the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, and Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. In 2008, she received the Alexander Early Career Award from the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.

Her research has been covered on CNN, MSNBC, by the New York Times, Financial Times, Boston Globe, and the Wall Street Journal, among other news outlets. Her research was also featured in Harvard Business Review's Breakthrough Ideas for 2009 ("Just because I'm nice, don't assume I'm dumb"), Scientific American Mind in 2010 ("Mixed impressions: How we judge others on multiple levels"), and as the cover story in the Nov-Dec 2010 issue of Harvard Magazine ("The Psyche on Automatic").



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