Embodied Remorse: Physical Displays of Remorse Increase Positive Responses to Public Apologies, but Have Negligible Effects on Forgiveness

Matthew J. Hornsey, Michael J.A. Wohl, Emily A. Harris, Tyler G. Okimoto, Michael Thai, Michael Wenzel

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