Our expert says:
Not only possible but frequently occurs. But in such cases the confidence is often shown as hollow cockines, and offends rather than convinces others.
Some therapeutic methods use something like this. There is evidence to show that when one acts and simulates a desired trait, like confidence, in a practical and genuine manner, gradually one's feelings / mood comes to match them. SO it can be useful to do this. And conversely, acting timidly may actually sap one's confidence.
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