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Why Dancing Leads To Bonding by Cousin9999: 5:56am On Sep 12
Participants said they felt closer to their dance partners than to others in their classes after dancing the same steps at the same time than they did when doing different moves, no matter the level of exertion. Those who exerted themselves more also felt closer to their group, regardless of whether they had danced in sync.



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