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Common Courtesies in Relationships

Common Courtesies Can Mean a Lot in a Relationship

Research by Chicago Booth’s Shereen Chaudhry and Carnegie Mellon’s George Loewenstein suggests that small exchanges between people matter a lot. They connect four sentiments that were previously considered distinct—thanking, apologizing, bragging, and blaming. They say that these four sentiments involve trade-offs between conveying warmth and competence.

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