Can you make yourself smarter, more confident, or more powerful? Can you make yourself happy? Delving into the science of Embodied Cognition, Canadian filmmaker, actor, and laughologist Albert Nerenberg explores the psychological effects that our dress, body language, and posture have not just on those around us, but on ourselves. Want to make yourself more intriguing — put on a pair of sunglasses. Want to make yourself feel happier — try a Gradient Laugh. Sometimes, simple and obvious ideas can have powerful unconscious effects. Albert covers how to understand this evolving science and use it to your advantage in this fun, participatory clip that has the audience roaring — literally — with laughter.
Filmed at The Breakout Project, Kingston, ON in May 2017.
Albert Nerenberg: The Power of the Obvious https://youtu.be/2PoOoPSj7dY
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Albert Nerenberg: Embodied Cognition | The Art of Altering Behaviour https://youtu.be/7kvbhL_DUIU
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