The antecedents and consequences of human behavioral mimicry.

@article{Chartrand2013TheAA,
  title={The antecedents and consequences of human behavioral mimicry.},
  author={Tanya L. Chartrand and Jessica L. Lakin},
  journal={Annual review of psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={64},
  pages={
          285-308
        }
}
Behavioral mimicry--the automatic imitation of gestures, postures, mannerisms, and other motor movements--is pervasive in human interactions. The current review focuses on two recent themes in the mimicry literature. First, an analysis of the moderators of mimicry uncovers the various motivational, social, emotional, and personality factors that lead to more or less mimicry of an interaction partner in a given situation. Second, a significant amount of recent research has identified important… CONTINUE READING

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