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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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Within this framework, it has been found that positive HS (affiliative and self-enhancing) can effectively improve the mental health and interpersonal relationships of individuals, such as improving optimism and self-esteem (Martin et al., 2003), increasing positive emotions, enhancing LS (Alinia, Doosti, Dehshiri, & Heydari, 2009), and relieving depression and anxiety caused by stress (Martin et al., 2003).
Affiliative humor and chronic fatigue and its dimensions--the mediating role of the sense of stress at work in the study titled "Teachers' humor and its relationships with chronic fatigue--the mediating role of the sense of stress at work" carried out among teachers (N = 166) in 2018 in northern Poland
"affiliative" intervention--one that represents compassionate
Lower values in WD were related to high values in group-oriented, affiliative and a joiner and follower dependency.
The affiliative demands of the play-based and collaborative writing contexts figured into the purposes of all children's language, often taking the form of showing interest in peers' drawings/scribbles/writing by asking questions such as: 'What do you got there?
The researchers explain that pro-social, or "affiliative" humor, is "characterized by saying amusing remarks or telling jokes, being considered a type of benevolent humor."
We can strengthen our pedagogy by helping tutors see writers' negative stances not just as opportunities for digressing into extensive affiliative talk, but also as opportunities for helping writers think critically about their writing choices.
Infant-caregiver attachment and co-regulation are core to affiliative social behavior, which in turn contributes to tuning an infant's attention, reward, emotional and cognitive circuits.
In addition, charismatic people interview well, regardless of their level of talent, and as a result, leadership pipelines are full of hard-chargers who may not function well in affiliative cultures.
(2h) Works such as Daniel Levy and Nathan Sznaider's The Holocaust and Memory in a Global Age (2006) (3h), Michael Rothberg's Multidirectional Memory (2009), Gabriele Schwab's Haunting Legacies (2010), Azade Seyhan (4h)'s Writing outside Nation (2011), Ottmar Ette's TransArea: Eine literarische Globalisierungsgeschichte (2012) (5h), and Marianne Hirsch's The Generation of Post-Memory (2012) drew attention first to dispersed memories (in contrast to unified history) as the working field of modern literature, and second to the modern memory's affiliative structures across the self-enclosed familial and national bonds.
Such approach works best in combination with affiliative leadership because the environment must be harmonious for collaborative efforts to be effective (Goleman et al., 2002).
(3,4) A physician who displays these affiliative nonverbal behaviors is more likely to engage with the patient and be rated higher for patient satisfaction.