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In the 1950s, social standing, behaviour and dress codes in the office led physiological research to dictate the correct posture for a secretary:

Both feet firmly on the floor, ankles touching, knees touching, upper legs forming a perfect 90-degree angle with torso. Back upright, head turned slightly to side, elbows close to sides, hands hovering over keyboard.