Posts Tagged: somatic learning
I recently learned of an interesting study by Amy Cuddy, a social psychologist known for her research in nonverbal behavior. (Click her name to see a video. I know, I know, it’s 20 minutes long, but if you’re currently looking
(continued from here first and here second.) Whenever I write something on the back of my hand I remember Susan because when she saw those ink-stains she’d always point and roll her eyes. “Nice ink,” she’d quip.“You are such a
I once had a small wart on the fleshy part of my right hand. No one could see it but I could feel it. And I did: whenever I felt nervous I’d press it with my thumb, worrying the wart.