Applied to Signaling Guilt by Krieger at 4mo
Applied to Disarming status by sano at 7mo

Countersignaling is signaling that a naive observer might take to mean that one is the opposite of X, when in fact, one is X, used as a means to signal that one is, in fact, X. For example, aristocrats ("old money") may forgoeforgo gaudy bling in order to signal that they are not nouveau riche (new money), which may lead some people to incorrectly assume that they are not rich.

Applied to Notes on Shame by David Gross at 1y
Applied to Notes on Dignity by David Gross at 1y
Applied to Talkers and doers by Amir Bolous at 2y
Applied to Notes on Amiability by David Gross at 2y