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Tanya L. Chartrand
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The unbearable automaticity of being.
JA Bargh, TL Chartrand
American psychologist 54 (7), 462, 1999
69081999
The chameleon effect: The perception–behavior link and social interaction.
TL Chartrand, JA Bargh
Journal of personality and social psychology 76 (6), 893, 1999
67001999
The mind in the middle
JA Bargh, TL Chartrand
Handbook of research methods in social and personality psychology 2, 253-285, 2000
27932000
Using nonconscious behavioral mimicry to create affiliation and rapport
JL Lakin, TL Chartrand
Psychological science 14 (4), 334-339, 2003
17262003
The chameleon effect as social glue: Evidence for the evolutionary significance of nonconscious mimicry
JL Lakin, VE Jefferis, CM Cheng, TL Chartrand
Journal of nonverbal behavior 27, 145-162, 2003
14762003
Automatic activation of impression formation and memorization goals: Nonconscious goal priming reproduces effects of explicit task instructions.
TL Chartrand, JA Bargh
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 71 (3), 464, 1996
12921996
The antecedents and consequences of human behavioral mimicry
TL Chartrand, JL Lakin
Annual review of psychology 64 (1), 285-308, 2013
8892013
May I have your attention, please: Electrocortical responses to positive and negative stimuli
NK Smith, JT Cacioppo, JT Larsen, TL Chartrand
Neuropsychologia 41 (2), 171-183, 2003
8212003
I am too just like you: Nonconscious mimicry as an automatic behavioral response to social exclusion
JL Lakin, TL Chartrand, RM Arkin
Psychological science 19 (8), 816-822, 2008
8002008
Automatic effects of brand exposure on motivated behavior: How apple makes you “think different”
GM Fitzsimons, TL Chartrand, GJ Fitzsimons
Journal of consumer research 35 (1), 21-35, 2008
6962008
Human mimicry
TL Chartrand, R Van Baaren
Advances in experimental social psychology 41, 219-274, 2009
6482009
Beyond the perception-behavior link: The ubiquitous utility and motivational moderators of nonconscious mimicry
TL Chartrand, WW Maddux, JL Lakin
The new unconscious, 334-361, 2005
5802005
Nonconscious goals and consumer choice
TL Chartrand, J Huber, B Shiv, RJ Tanner
Journal of consumer research 35 (2), 189-201, 2008
5672008
High-maintenance interaction: inefficient social coordination impairs self-regulation.
EJ Finkel, WK Campbell, AB Brunell, AN Dalton, SJ Scarbeck, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (3), 456, 2006
4552006
It takes two to mimic: behavioral consequences of self-construals.
RB Van Baaren, WW Maddux, TL Chartrand, C De Bouter, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (5), 1093, 2003
4552003
The role of conscious awareness in consumer behavior
TL Chartrand
Journal of Consumer Psychology 15 (3), 203-210, 2005
4382005
Embodied emotion perception: Amplifying and dampening facial feedback modulates emotion perception accuracy
DT Neal, TL Chartrand
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (6), 673-678, 2011
4182011
Self-monitoring without awareness: using mimicry as a nonconscious affiliation strategy.
CM Cheng, TL Chartrand
Journal of personality and social psychology 85 (6), 1170, 2003
3992003
Nonconscious motivations: Their activation, operation, and consequences.
TL Chartrand, JA Bargh
American Psychological Association, 2002
3882002
Non-conscious influences on consumer choice
GJ Fitzsimons, JW Hutchinson, P Williams, JW Alba, TL Chartrand, ...
Marketing Letters 13, 269-279, 2002
3742002
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