1. Van Baaren, R. B., Holland, R. W., Kawakami, K., & Van Knippenberg, A. (2004). Mimicry and prosocial behavior. Psychological Science, 15, 71-74. (https://pages.ucsd.edu/~johnson/COGS260/VanBaarenEtal2004.pdf)
It is known that mimicry expressed in the imitation of the other people, which often occurs on an automatic or subconscious level. This article explores the process of mimicry and prosocial behavior through three experiments. The first experiment was designed to assess the effect of mimicry on the interaction between the mimic and the model. The second experiment expanded the first one, studying social behavior (the benefits of mimicry for entire society). In the third experiment, the charity was seen as the most prominent example of prosocial behavior. According to the results of the experiment, the authors concluded that mimicry inspires trust on the part of the model (the one who is imitated) concerning the mimic (the one who imitates), which further promotes coopera...
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