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What makes us subconsciously mimic the accents of others in conversation

By Lacey Wade, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Pennsylvania
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We often imitate styles of speech we hear – what’s known as ‘linguistic convergence.’ But a researcher wanted to see if we alter our speech based on the mere expectation of how someone will sound.The Conversation

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