Social coordination dynamics: measuring human bonding.

  title={Social coordination dynamics: measuring human bonding.},
  author={Olivier Oullier and Gonzalo C. de Guzman and Kelly J. Jantzen and Julien Lagarde and J. A. Scott Kelso},
  journal={Social neuroscience},
  volume={3 2},
Spontaneous social coordination has been extensively described in natural settings but so far no controlled methodological approaches have been employed that systematically advance investigations into the possible self-organized nature of bond formation and dissolution between humans. We hypothesized that, under certain contexts, spontaneous synchrony-a well-described phenomenon in biological and physical settings-could emerge spontaneously between humans as a result of information exchange… CONTINUE READING
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