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A person who evaluates a trustee positively in all dimensions and generally tends to trust, however, does not necessarily have to trust. If the risk in the situation is assessed as being too high, an act of trust will not take place. Therefore, trust is based on a combination of willingness to trust and evaluation of risk, and it manifests itself in a risky action. The act of trust is preceded by the decision to trust (Dietz and Hartog 2006). The decision to trust does not yet entail risk: In making such a decision, a trustor does not yet make himself or herself dependent and vulnerable.
The point that we would like to make here is that any interaction, even without further reflection, inhabits some type of relational trust or distrust. Endreß argues that we are constantly in a relational mode when we interact with other people (compare 2008, p. 8). This means that trust is a constant part of the experience of others; it enables the mutual, ongoing perception of each other that is necessary for any interaction. This is not only true for dyads but can also be applied to larger groups.
In face-to-face situations) is replaced by the social presence of the interaction partner. Although social presence and copresence are sometimes used synonymously in parts of the literature (Bailenson et al. 2005), they can be understood as two different concepts. In this context, we use a definition in which social presence is a type of copresence that is perceived not directly but through mediated communication. , “social presence” is defined as “the degree of salience of the other person in a mediated communication and the consequent salience of their interpersonal interactions” (1976, p.