Related Program: The Record Power Posing: How Body Language Shapes Who You Are By Marcie Sillman & Jeannie Yandel • Nov 14, 2013 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Amy Cuddy speaks on how changing posture and pose can biologically imbue a person with power and confidence at PopTech 2011. Flickr Photo/PopTech Listen Listening... / 12:55 Marcie Sillman talks with Amy Cuddy, associate professor at the Harvard Business School, about nonverbal indicators and how they influence how we perceive and interact with other people. Tags: DO NOT USE arts & lifebusinessTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Even When It Hurts 'ALOT,' Brosh Faces Life With Plenty Of 'Hyperbole' By editor • Nov 12, 2013 Allie Brosh's humorous, autobiographical blog, Hyperbole and a Half, has a huge following. In 2011, an editor of PC World included it in a list of the funniest sites on the Internet, and this year, Advertising Age included Brosh in its annual list of the year's most influential and creative thinkers and doers. Yes, Researchers Say, You Should Be Afraid Of The Dark By Marcie Sillman & Hannah Burn • Nov 12, 2013 Library of Virginia Photo Listen Listening... / 6:33 Shadows loom at night, and you may watch your back more. But is there actually more crime under the cover of darkness? A new report says yes.