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People think they should talk less to be liked, but new research suggests you should speak up in conversations with strangers

By Quinn Hirschi, Principal Researcher at the Center for Decision Research, University of Chicago
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The common advice to let the other person talk more might backfire if you want to make a positive first impression.The Conversation


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