[Psychology News] 'Mirroring' might reflect badly on you

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This is a discussion on [Psychology News] 'Mirroring' might reflect badly on you within the Psychology News Forum forums, part of the General Psychology category; The benefits of body-language mimicry have been confirmed by numerous psychological studies. And in popular culture, mirroring is frequently urged ...

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    [Psychology News] 'Mirroring' might reflect badly on you

    The benefits of body-language mimicry have been confirmed by numerous psychological studies. And in popular culture, mirroring is frequently urged on people as a strategy -- for flirting or having a successful date, for closing a sale or acing a job interview. But new research suggests that mirroring may not always lead to positive social outcomes. In fact, sometimes the smarter thing to do is to refrain.

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    Interesting, thanks


 

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