TB8 SPA Lecture 4; Mimicry and Synchrony

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1. What is an example of spontaneous noticed joint action?

  • Two people moving to avoid each other on the pavement
  • One person mimincking hand gesture in a conversation
  • Two people working together to carry a box
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2. Mimicker characteristics tend to be?

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

3. 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

4. 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

5. What characterises the cognitive perspective of joint action?

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

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