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Throughout the analysis to the run up to the 2010 UK General Election, the subject of ‘body language‘ or non-verbal communication has dominated. Faced with the first presidential style leaders’ debates, it’s often the simplest most televisual form of analysis. So, why discuss politics or policies when we can be discussing ties, smiles and hand [...] Here are the top ten PsyCentral posts from 2009: Who Says So? Gender and the Social Construction of the Sewing Machine (& Other Power Tools) Dematerialization: Crystals & Car Keys The Dangers of Social Networking: Are We Frying Our Brains? Myth Busting Human Sexual Anatomy Quiz Body Language Myth: The 7% – 38% – 55% [...]