Negotiation research you can use: In job interviews, is it better to be excited or calm?

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When interviewing for a job, you might wonder whether you’ll be viewed more favorably if you appear excited and enthusiastic or if you seem calm and collected. There’s certainly an argument to be made for either choice: Excitement could suggest you’d be highly motivated and a pleasure to work with, while calmness might convey you’d be

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