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When People “Click” They Respond Faster to Each Other

Neuroscience News Summary: The more connected people feel toward each other, the quicker they are to respond to one another in a conversation. Source: Dartmouth College When two people are on the same page in a conversation, sometimes their minds just “click.” A Dartmouth study demonstrates that clicking isn’t just a figure of speech but is predicted by “response times” in a conversation or the amount of time between when one person stops talking and the other person starts. The findings are published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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