Social priming enhances interpersonal synchronization and feeling of connectedness towards schizophrenia patients

@inproceedings{Raffard2015SocialPE,
  title={Social priming enhances interpersonal synchronization and feeling of connectedness towards schizophrenia patients},
  author={St{\'e}phane Raffard and Robin N. Salesse and Ludovic Marin and Jonathan Del-Monte and Richard C. Schmidt and Manuel Varlet and Beno{\^i}t G. Bardy and Jean-Philippe Boulenger and Delphine Capdevielle},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
What leads healthy individuals to abnormal feelings of contact with schizophrenia patients remains obscure. Despite recent findings that human bonding is an interactive process influenced by coordination dynamics, the spatiotemporal organization of the bodily movements of schizophrenia patients when interacting with other people is poorly understood. Interpersonal motor coordination between dyads of patients (n = 45) or healthy controls (n = 45), and synchronization partners (n = 90), was… CONTINUE READING
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