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In interpersonal communication, a similarity or mirroring of body positions and movements between two or more participants. This form of nonverbal adaptation or accommodation is usually an unconscious signifier of liking or affiliation between those of similar status, though it can sometimes be used more deliberately to attempt to reduce the impression of status differences. See alsointeractional synchrony; tie signs.

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