To investigate this possibility we used three experimental approaches to explore grouping effects in displays involving interacting people. Each of these results is consistent with the social binding hypothesis, and alternative explanations based on low level perceptual features and attentional effects are ruled out. We conclude that automatic mid-level grouping processes bind individuals into groups on the basis of their perceived interaction.
Such social binding could provide the basis for more sophisticated social processing.
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Identifying the automatic encoding of social interactions in visual search, distortions of spatial working memory, and facilitated retrieval of object properties from longer-term memory, opens new approaches to studying social cognition with possible practical applications. Bound Together: Social binding leads to faster processing, spatial distortion and enhanced memory of interacting partners.
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