Synchronization can influence trust following virtual interaction.

  title={Synchronization can influence trust following virtual interaction.},
  author={Jacques Launay and Roger T. Dean and Freya Bailes},
  journal={Experimental psychology},
  volume={60 1},
Synchronization has recently received attention as a form of interpersonal interaction that may affect the affiliative relationships of those engaged in it. While there is evidence to suggest that synchronized movements lead to increased affiliative behavior (Hove & Risen, 2009; Valdesolo & DeSteno, 2011; Wiltermuth & Heath, 2009), the influence of other interpersonal cues has yet to be fully controlled. The current study controls for these features by using computer algorithms to replace human… CONTINUE READING
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