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Interpersonal Distance During Real-Time Social Interaction: Insights From Subjective Experience, Behavior, and Physiology

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Kroczek, Leon O. H. ; Pfaller, Michael ; Lange, Bastian ; Müller, Mathias ; Mühlberger, Andreas
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 11 Dec 2020 11:07


Physical distance is a prominent feature in face-to-face social interactions and allows regulating social encounters. Close interpersonal distance (IPD) increases emotional responses during interaction and has been related to avoidance behavior in social anxiety. However, a systematic investigation of the effects of IPD on subjective experience combined with measures of physiological arousal and ...


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