Author Correction: Social and Physiological Context can Affect the Meaning of Physiological Synchrony

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Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-44667-5, published online 03 June 2019

In Figures 1b and 2b, the x-axes are incorrectly labelled. The correct Figures 1 and 2 appear below.

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Reliability of the per-pair slope estimates for sympathetic synchrony (a). Sympathetic synchrony during the knot-tying task for two example pairs (b). Effect of experimental conditions on sympathetic reactivity (c). Error bars represent standard errors of the estimated marginal means.

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Reliability of the per-pair slope estimates for parasympathetic synchrony (a). Parasympathetic synchrony during the knot-tying task for two example pairs (b). Effect of experimental conditions on parasympathetic reactivity (c). Error bars represent standard errors of the estimated marginal means.

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Danyluck, C., Page-Gould, E. Author Correction: Social and Physiological Context can Affect the Meaning of Physiological Synchrony. Sci Rep 9, 12142 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41598-019-48223-z

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