Quantifying long-range correlations and 1/f patterns in a minimal experiment of social interaction

@inproceedings{Bedia2014QuantifyingLC,
  title={Quantifying long-range correlations and 1/f patterns in a minimal experiment of social interaction},
  author={Manuel Glez Bedia and Miguel Aguilera and Tom{\'a}s G{\'o}mez and David G. Larrode and Francisco J. Ser{\'o}n},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
In recent years, researchers in social cognition have found the "perceptual crossing paradigm" to be both a theoretical and practical advance toward meeting particular challenges. This paradigm has been used to analyze the type of interactive processes that emerge in minimal interactions and it has allowed progress toward understanding of the principles of social cognition processes. In this paper, we analyze whether some critical aspects of these interactions could not have been observed by… CONTINUE READING
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