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When people communicate, they often adapt their interaction styles to one another. For example, they may match each other's behavior, synchronize the timing of behavior, or behave in dissimilar ways. This volume analyzes these dyadic interaction patterns and builds a case for a new theory of adaptation: Interaction Adaptation Theory (IAT), which draws the soundest principles from previous theories while being responsive to current empirical evidence. The book concludes with the offer of new research directions that would test the theory in order to bring the research full circle and connect interaction patterns with outcomes. This volume will serve as both a reference guide for researchers and a text for students and faculty in communication, psychology, family studies, counseling, and sociolinguistics.

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When people communicate, they often adapt their interaction styles to one another. For example, they may match each other's behavior, synchronize the timing of behavior, or behave in dissimilar ways. This book examines the numerous ways in which people do this verbally and nonverbally. It reviews theories that try to explain and predict interaction patterns and examines issues involved in conducting this kind of research. It concludes with a new proposed theory, Interaction Adaptation Theory, and considers how different interaction patterns can lead to positive or negative outcomes.

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When people communicate, they often adapt their interaction styles to one another. For example, they may match each other's behavior, synchronize the timing of behavior, or behave in opposite ways. This volume analyzes these dyadic interaction patterns and builds a case for a new theory of adaptation. Interaction Adaptation Theory draws the soundest principles from previous theories while being responsive to current empirical evidence. To develop this theory the authors summarize a broad range of theories that seek to predict and explain adaptation patterns such as synchrony, mirroring, matching, reciprocity, compensation, convergence, and divergence. This volume will serve as both a reference guide for researchers and a text for students and faculty in communication, psychology, family studies, counseling, and sociolinguistics.

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