Self-Touching as a Coping Strategy? Evidence From a Social Provocation Task Experiment

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Self-touching pertains to a specific category of hand movements called adaptors, which are movements apparently learned to satisfy self-needs and to develop and maintain interpersonal contacts. While the expected function of self-touching on anxiety-like responses appears to be quite strong (Troisi, 2002), the empirical support is mitigated (Heaven & McBrayer, 2000). The potential informative valu...

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