social interaction

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social interaction

The social dialogue that a person has with family, friends, colleagues, acquaintances and others.
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Making the most of everyday encounters EVERY day we engage in social interactions with people we don't know particularly well: a colleague, a fellow dog walker, a parent at the school gates, the people at your gym class or the staff at your favourite restaurant.
The mod enables pregnancy for male Sims and elder Sims through Equal Opportunity Mischief (Ask Due Date) social interactions once installed on the game.
To avoid confusing simple social interactions with mating- and aggression-related behaviors, the researchers restricted their experiments to female mouse pairs.
The study provides some of the first concrete evidence that negative social interactions not only influence psychological well-being but also physical health - in this case, blood pressure levels.
Problematic social interactions have been linked to difficulty in family reintegration and educational, vocational, social, and avocational pursuits.
As social media becomes a more common and impactful customer channel, enterprises benefit from the ability to leverage existing IT and customer service investments to engage in social interactions, using a single platform that delivers continuity across all touch points," the company statement said.
bring together 11 chapters based on a series of professional meetings and formal and informal dialogues facilitated by the Special Interest Group "Social interaction in learning and instruction" of the European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction, as well as the American Educational Research Association, to detail ways to examine social interactions in the classroom and effects on teaching and learning.
If simply adding a television to the home changed social interactions and affected health, we'd be naive to think that widespread computer interaction does not have an effect--both on relationships and social interaction and on brain circuitry.
The researchers also report in the May 27 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that social interaction--much of which involves wing movement--and increased activity are necessary to generate the life-extending effect The work might lead to a molecular explanation for why social interactions help people fend off degenerative brain diseases.
Acents[euro]A"This study shows that the lifespan of Sod flies is plastic and can be conditioned by social interactions, corroborating the enduring notion that human patients of certain age-dependent neurological diseases may be benefited by an appropriate social environment," the authors wrote.
Following seminal contribution of Manski (1993) to the econometric literature on social interactions, as well as comprehensive treatment by Brock and Durlauf (2001), researchers have taken seriously the identification problems that surround the empirical detection of social influences in individual behavior.

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