Record number :
97029
Title of article :
Self-Monitoring Without Awareness: Using Mimicry as a Nonconscious Affiliation Strategy
Author/Authors :
Cheng، Clara Michelle نويسنده , , Chartrand، Tanya L. نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2003
Pages :
-116
From page :
117
To page :
0
Abstract :
This research sought to extend the current conceptualization of self-monitoring by examining whether self-monitoring motives and behaviors can operate outside of conscious awareness. Two studies examined nonconscious mimicry among high and low self-monitors in situations varying in affiliative cues. Participants interacted with a confederate who shook her foot (Study 1) or touched her face (Study 2). In both studies, high self-monitors were more likely to mimic the confederateʹs subtle gestures when they believed the confederate to be a peer (Study 1) or someone superior to them (Study 2). Low self-monitors mimicked to the same degree across conditions. Thus, when the situation contains affiliative cues, high self-monitors use mimicry as a nonconscious strategy to get along with their interaction partner.
Keywords :
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Journal title :
JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Journal title :
JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Serial Year :
2003
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