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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USA], Sep 1 (ANI): A recent research has explored the extent to which people's accents can change over time as a result of social interactions.
Objective: Understanding how brain controls social interactions is one of the central goals of neuroscience.
Editor Xiaoge Xu offers a collection of academic essays focused on the impacts of digital innovations and mobile technologies on human social interactions in a variety of contexts.
Integrating this result with those obtained in previous studies (Caplan, 2003, 2010; Zhou & Gu, 2008), we concluded that adolescents' POSI can be measured by the amount of time they spend online, their propensity for online social interactions, and their perception of the superiority of online social interaction over FtF social interaction.
In this regard, in computer-mediated communications, and especially within the context of interpersonal social interactions, users can perceive each other more or less "realistically.
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.
Problematic social interactions have been linked to difficulty in family reintegration and educational, vocational, social, and avocational pursuits.
In this paper we present the design of an experiment that circumvents these problems and therefore allows us to study the behavioral logic of social interactions.
28) The SIAS consists of 19 items designed to assess distress and fears elicited during social interactions with other persons, such as those of the opposite sex and strangers.

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