The Psychology of Mirroring ___________________________________________
Mirroring is the behavior in which one person copies another person usually in social interaction with them. It may include miming gestures,
movements, body language, muscle tensions, expressions, tones, eye movements, breathing, tempo, accent, attitude, choice of words or metaphors, and other aspects of communication. It is often observed among relatives, couples or close friends.
echolalia in which speech, gestures made by others are mirrored.