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Affiliate

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(1) An associate.
(2) An association between two or more parties or institutions.
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Peer affiliates of students with disabilities had relatively lower teacher ratings for academic competence, popularity, affiliative (i.
Affiliative true believers often remain emotionally close to family members; however, like the unwavering true believer, they may feel angry toward them.
Affiliative managers make so many ad hoc decisions that they almost totally abandon orderly procedures.
Affiliative, self-enhancing, and moderate self-defeating humorous approaches can be considered as positive humor styles since they are positively related with psychological well-being, self-esteem, intimacy, and relationship satisfaction (Martin et al.
Organizations in the sport industry have recognized the benefits of actively communicating with their stakeholders to induce affiliative connections (Brown, 2003; End, 2001; Sutton et al.
Affiliative and disciplinary behavior of human handlers during play with their dog affects cortisol concentrations in opposite directions.
These were figures who Said believed had made a break with what he called filiative intellectual and political relations, and alienated by exile, had forged new affiliative relations and structures for themselves.
It is with this in mind that leadership of any change requires Authorative Ideas, Democratic Empowerment, Affiliative Bonds and Coaching (Fullan, 2001) in order to provide direction and support during in the change process.
Interpretation that explored the anthropomorphic relationships between humans and orangutans promoted a more affiliative response in the visitor, particularly when compared to interpretation that explored the colder scientific basis to our similarities.
messages simultaneously conveying contradictory information), and less affiliative autonomy granting (i.
The mothers' narrative begins with our first theoretical construct for mothers, THE ATTRACTION OF AFFILIATIVE MALES, derived from behavioral ecology.
In his research on emotional intelligence, Rao (2006) observes that "whatever the leadership style (coercive, authoritative, affiliative, democratic, pacesetting, and coaching), workplace climate and business outcomes are highly correlated with high EIQ [emotional intelligence quotient] in the leader" (p.