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Conversation Is Changing: Why people speak more alike today

People from the corporate world and higher education sectors are increasingly adopting each other’s speech patterns to be more socially inclusive, according to new research published today by Lancaster University. We may not always notice it, but we frequently imitate each other in conversation, using similar gestures, accents, and facial expressions. We also often re-use […]

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