'displays of emotion'
If an individual's discourse-use within a group 'is accompanied by displays of emotion' that correspond to that group's emotion, 'then that individual will be judged to be a "cooperator"...and group members will predict further cooperative behavior from that individual in relation to [their] group (adapted from Bubulia and Sosis, 2011, 365; cf. Irons 2001)'.
XJ, pp. 94-95 (adapted)
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Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter teaches at a public university in North America and consults/coaches at Sollars & Associates and independently.