Embodied Attitude Change : A Self-Validation Perspective

@inproceedings{Briol2011EmbodiedAC,
  title={Embodied Attitude Change : A Self-Validation Perspective},
  author={Pablo Bri{\~n}ol and Richard E. Petty and Benjamin C. Wagner},
  year={2011}
}
Our behavior can change what we like and dislike. Although it seems clear that we might like something more when we smile (versus frown), or when we nod our heads (versus shake), it is important to understand the processes responsible for these changes in evaluation. It might be that agreement behaviors such as smiling and nodding work as cue, make us think about everything in a positive light, or it might be that they encourage us not to think much about the information we receive. This review… CONTINUE READING

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