Behaviour feedback hypothesis

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The behaviour feedback hypothesis states that our behaviour can influence our thoughts and emotions.

The facial feedback hypothesis states that our facial movements can influence our emotions.

It has also been found that our persuadability is influenced by whether we're shaking our head vertically or horizontally while listening to an opinion piece (Wells and Petty, 'The effects of over head movements on persuasion: compatibility and incompatibility of responses').

Can credulism, and the certainty of belief, alone support the behaviour feedback hypothesis?

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