Interpersonal Synergies

@inproceedings{Riley2011InterpersonalS,
  title={Interpersonal Synergies},
  author={Michael A. Riley and Michael J. Richardson and Kevin D. Shockley and Ver{\'o}nica C. Ramenzoni},
  booktitle={Front. Psychology},
  year={2011}
}
  • Michael A. Riley, Michael J. Richardson, +1 author Verónica C. Ramenzoni
  • Published in Front. Psychology 2011
  • Medicine
  • We present the perspective that interpersonal movement coordination results from establishing interpersonal synergies. Interpersonal synergies are higher-order control systems formed by coupling movement system degrees of freedom of two (or more) actors. Characteristic features of synergies identified in studies of intrapersonal coordination - dimensional compression and reciprocal compensation - are revealed in studies of interpersonal coordination that applied the uncontrolled manifold… CONTINUE READING

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