Interpersonal complementarity hypothesis refers to the predicted tendency for certain behaviors to evoke behaviors from others that are congruous with the initial behavior , with positive behaviors evoking positive behaviors, negative behaviors evoking negative behaviors, dominant behaviors evoking submissive behaviors, and submissive behaviors evoking dominant behaviors.

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