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Mimicking and anticipating others’ actions is linked to Social Information Processing

and Social Information Processing should be taken with caution due to possible order effects. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Oliver Genschow, Marcel Brass. Data curation: Oliver Genschow ... , Sophie Klomfar, Ine d'Haene. Formal analysis: Oliver Genschow. Funding acquisition: Oliver Genschow. Investigation: Sophie Klomfar, Ine d'Haene. Methodology: Oliver Genschow, Sophie Klomfar, Ine

An empirical comparison of different implicit measures to predict consumer choice

. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Oliver Genschow, Jelle Demanet, Lea Hersche, Marcel Brass. Data curation: Oliver Genschow, Lea Hersche. Formal analysis: Oliver Genschow, Jelle Demanet. Funding ... acquisition: Oliver Genschow. Investigation: Lea Hersche. Methodology: Oliver Genschow, Lea Hersche. Project administration: Oliver Genschow. Resources: Oliver Genschow. Software: Jelle Demanet

Mimicry and automatic imitation are not correlated

samples in order to replicate and extend previously established findings. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Oliver Genschow, Lara Bardi, Davide Rigoni, Marcel Brass. Data curation: Sofie van Den ... Bossche. Formal analysis: Oliver Genschow, Emiel Cracco. Funding acquisition: Oliver Genschow. Investigation: Sofie van Den Bossche. Methodology: Oliver Genschow, Sofie van Den Bossche, Emiel Cracco

The influence of group membership on cross-contextual imitation

Research on mimicry has demonstrated that individuals imitate in-group members more strongly than out-group members. In the present study, we tested whether such top-down modulation also applies for more extreme forms of direct mapping, such as for cross-contextual imitation settings, in which individuals imitate others’ movements without sharing a common goal or context. Models...