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The sustainable Chameleon: How nonverbal behavioral mimicry influences people’s environmental behavior

sustainable chameleon

20.12.2017, Abschlussarbeiten, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

Nonverbal behavioral mimicry is known to influence people in many positive ways. For example, people whose postures and mannerisms are copied feel more liked and like their interaction partner more. It also influences the perception of the interaction in a positive way and even outside observes judge the mimicry interactions as being smoother. Research has also shown that mimicry can influence negotiations in a positive way as well as the prosocial behavior towards the interaction partner and also to an unrelated person. Yet, little is known whether nonverbal behavioral mimicry might also influence the environmental behavior of others.

In this explorative study, students are expected to investigate whether the nonverbal behavior of an interaction partner influences people’s sustainable and environmental behavior.

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Jörg Königstorfer
Uptown Munich Campus D
Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60/62
80992 München

Phone: +49.89.289.24559
Fax: +49.89.289.24642


Kontakt: info.mgt@sg.tum.de

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