Challenges for using coordination-based measures to augment collaborative social interactions

Travis J. Wiltshire*, Sune Vork Steffensen, Aaron D. Likens

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    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterCommunication

    Abstract

    Relationships are pervasive in human life, both personal and professional, and they are formed, maintained, and strengthened or weakened through human interactions. However, human interactions can be complex and multi-scale, meaning they occur at different time scales (e.g., seconds to lifetimes), across multiple modalities (e.g., movements and speech), and at different levels of organization (e.g., genetic, neural, behavioral; Abney et al. 2014; Dumas et al. 2014). Effective interactions with others seem to be facilitated in contexts such as conversations, teamwork, romantic partnerships, and psychotherapy by the degree to which we engage in multi-modal coordination with others (Dale et al. 2013; Gorman et al. 2016; Imel et al. 2014; Louwerse et al. 2012; Timmons et al. 2015).
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSelbstorganisation - ein Paradigma für die Humanwissenschaften: Zu Ehren von Günter Schiepek und seiner Forschung zu Komplexität und Dynamik in der Psychologie : Zu Ehren von Günter Schiepek und seiner Forschung zu Komplexität und Dynamik in der Psychologie
    EditorsKathrin Viol, Helmut Schöller, Wolfgang Aichhorn
    Place of PublicationWiesbaden
    PublisherSpringer
    Publication date2020
    Pages215-230
    ISBN (Print)978-3-658-29906-4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2020

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