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OVERVIEW The synchronization of physical movements between organisms is critical to exercising one’s influence on peers, initiating social learning, establishing group solidarity, and even facilitating pro-social behavior (Chartrand & Bargh, 1999; Connor, Smolker, & Bedjer’s, 2006; Lakens & Stel, 2011; van Baaren, Holland, Kawakami, & Knippenberg, 2004). Indeed, this behavioral synchrony maintains...

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