TB8 SPA Lecture 4; Mimicry and Synchrony

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1. In Miles et al (2011), what was concluded from the result that synchrony was greater for outgroup members?

  • Effort to reduce intergroup differences
  • Effort to maximise group potential by increasing group
  • It is inevitable that outgroup members will synchronise because of biology
  • To increase intergroup differences
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2. What is an example of spontaneous noticed joint action?

  • Two people working together to carry a box
  • Two people moving to avoid each other on the pavement
  • One person mimincking hand gesture in a conversation

3. What is an example of spontaneous unnoticed joint action?

  • Two people working together to carry a box
  • One person mimincking hand gesture in a conversation
  • Two people moving to avoid each other on the pavement

4. What characterises the behavioural dynamics perspective of joint action?

  • Physical systems are made up of components that balance to form stable systems and patterns
  • Mirror systems. Seeing someone else performing an action can influence your own

5. Mimickee characteristics tend to be?

  • Interaction
  • How subtle can mimicry occur
  • Liking the other person
  • Interdependent

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