Experience sharing, emotional reciprocity, and turn-taking

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Stevanovic , M & Perakyla , A 2015 , ' Experience sharing, emotional reciprocity, and turn-taking ' , Frontiers in Psychology , vol. 6 , 450 . https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00450

Title: Experience sharing, emotional reciprocity, and turn-taking
Author: Stevanovic, Melisa; Perakyla, Anssi
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Department of Social Research (2010-2017)
University of Helsinki, Department of Social Research (2010-2017)
Date: 2015-04-14
Language: eng
Number of pages: 7
Belongs to series: Frontiers in Psychology
ISSN: 1664-1078
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/156622
Abstract: In this perspective article, we consider the relationship between experience sharing and turn-taking. There is much evidence suggesting that human social interaction is permeated by two temporal organizations: (1) the sequential framework of turn-taking and (2) the concurrent framework of emotional reciprocity. From this perspective, we introduce two alternative hypotheses about how the relationship between experience sharing and turn-taking could be viewed. According to the first hypothesis, the home environment of experience sharing is in the concurrent framework of emotional reciprocity, while the motivation to share experiences is in tension with the sequential framework of turn-taking. According to the second hypothesis, people's inclination to coordinate their actions in terms of turn-taking is motivated precisely by their propensity to share experiences. We consider theoretical and empirical ideas in favor of both of these hypotheses and discuss their implications for future research.
Subject: turn-taking
emotion
experience sharing
emotional contagion
conversation analysis
CONVERSATION
IMITATION
FACE
ORGANIZATION
EXPRESSION
INFANTS
SYSTEMS
EMPATHY
TALK
5141 Sociology
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