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Az utóbbi idők pszichológiai szakirodalma gyakran említi és elemzi az interakciós szinkronitás fogalmát. A gazdag elméleti és kutatási eredmények áttekintését azonban hátráltatja az egységes definíció hiánya, ami többek között arra vezethető vissza, hogy a fogalom a mind újabb eredmények - és az azzal párhuzamos szemléletváltás - hatására jelentős változáson ment keresztül. Az interakciós szinkronitás jelenségeinek megértéséhez tehát első lépésben a fogalom jelentésének tisztázása szükséges. A fogalom meghatározása után kísérletet teszek az interakciós szinkronitás személyközi alkalmazkodásban betöltött szerepének felvázolására. A cikk evolúciós pszichológiai szemléletű, mivel ez a megközelítés az interakciós szinkronitás jelenségeinek leírása mellett azok eredetével, mechanizmusaival és funkcióival is foglalkozik, s így elősegíti e jelenségek - szoros emberi kapcsolatokban, a fizikai és pszichés egészségben betöltött - szerepének jobb megértését.

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