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, On imite plus le comportement de consommation alimentaire d'une personne qui vient de nous imiter, 2002.

. Tanner, Parmi deux produits alimentaires, on choisira plus un produit lui-même retenu par une personne qui vient de nous imiter, 2008.

. Martin, Un enfant acceptera plus de consommer des fruits et légumes qu'un instructeur lui demande de consommer si il est imité au moment d'être interrogé sur sa consommation de fruits et légumes

, On trouve le même effet lorsque l'on interagit avec un individu ayant des meilleure fluidité verbale, 2005.

, Humeur et bien-être Un enfant imité par un instructeur lors d'un entretien suivi d'une tache d'apprentissage déclare plus de plaisir à avoir participé et déclare s'être senti plus à l'aise, 2010.

G. Martin, , 2015.

, Un individu imité exprime par la suite moins d'anxiété sociale (Guéguen, 2011.

, à un compère en position de leader, il imite plus ce dernier que quand les rôles sont inversés, 2003.

, Personnalité Les individus ayant un haut niveau d'empathie et de préoccupation pour autrui imitent plus une cible, 1999.

. Van-barren, Les personnes ayant une forte dépendance au contexte imitent plus autrui, 2004.

, Les individus avec un haut score de contrôle de soi imitent plus autrui, 2003.

, Les individus avec une personnalité narcissique imitent plus des individus mais uniquement si le statut de ces individus est élevé, 2013.

. Leigthon, Aide à autrui Des individus amorcés par des concepts en lien avec les comportements pro-sociaux (coopérer, ensemble, équipe?) manifestent par la suite plus d'imitation, 2010.

. Van-baaren, Humeur L'activation d'une humeur positive chez un individu le conduit par la suite à plus imiter, 2006.