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3 Take away [behaviour] in line with https://interpersonal.meta.stackexchange.com/q/1324/16 Add tag [academic-research] as the question is explicitly asking for studies.
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Mirroring is mimicking the body language of the person you are talking to. It is sometimes recommended for people to help break"break the ice."

But how does it create a positive impression? What do studies indicate about the likely reaction of the person who is being "mirrored.?"

Mirroring is mimicking the body language of the person you are talking to. It is sometimes recommended to help break the ice. But how does it create a positive impression? What do studies indicate about the likely reaction of the person who is being "mirrored."

Mirroring is mimicking the body language of the person you are talking to. It is sometimes recommended for people to help "break the ice."

But how does it create a positive impression? What do studies indicate about the likely reaction of the person who is being "mirrored?"

2 Maybe worthy for a tag on its own.
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