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Controlling dyadic interactions with real-time smile transformations

Abstract : Although it is known that imitating other's displays during conversations can lead to better conversation outcomes, it is not known if these effects are mediated by participants' sharing of emotional states or by emergent social dynamics. Using real time face manipulation during a speed dating task, we found evidence for a causal and emergent effect of expressive alignment on conversation outcomes.
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Pablo Arias, Daniel Bedoya, Petter Johansson, Lars Hall, Jean-Julien Aucouturier. Controlling dyadic interactions with real-time smile transformations. Society for Affective Science 2021 Conference, Apr 2021, Virtual conference, France. ⟨hal-03207710⟩

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