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Rich and Co.

“…when two strangers meet and interact for the first time, the extent to which they develop mutual understanding depends on how much they talk and ask questions rather than on non-verbal cues such as gestures or exchanging glances.”

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“…pairs of strangers achieved higher levels of mutual understanding when they exchanged more words with each other and asked more questions.  On the other hand, pairs in which the partners looked at each other more did not achieve significantly greater “semantic similarity” scores than pairs where the partners looked at each other less, and the same was true when comparing pairs in which the partners acknowledged each other more versus less or where they gestured to each other more or less.”

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Written by Rich and Co.

June 9, 2016 at 3:08 pm

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