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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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Their results revealed that individuals with high, in comparison to low, affiliation were more oriented toward both happy faces (a high affiliative signal) and angry faces (a low affiliative signal).
The second way is affiliative postmemory, which is oriented toward establishing, via various technologies and social institutions, connections with distant, unknown yet affiliate beings in order to encompass a larger collective in a web of transmission (35-36).
Affiliative humour encourages interpersonal interactions and nurtures a positive working environment.
Interestingly, it was reported that hormone oxytocin (OT) mediate not only the affiliative and social behaviors related to good welfare mentioned above, but also responses to pleasurable events [7,8].
So in Casablanca, and as we shall see, in Exodus, Shame, and Refugee Boy too, the affiliative space opened up leads in fact to a reaffirmation of the filiative categories of law.
13) It has been suggested that females have a stronger affiliative style than males (i.
Adolescents use various contextual, verbal, and nonverbal cues to distinguish between teases that are meant to be hurtful and antisocial and those that are meant to be affiliative and prosocial (see Barnett, Burns, Sanborn, Bartel, & Wilds, 2004; Keltner, Capps, Kring, Young, & Heerey, 2001).
Post-financial crisis,"with the worst hopefully being over," they are more relaxed, socially confident, optimistic, affiliative and variety-seeking, Zilberman added.
While she draws on book history and reception studies to consider professional discourse about young adult readers and reading practices, my objective is to consider the socio-historical contexts of Major's novel and Simms's film in order to think through both the allure of region and the allure of Michael's apparent childishness, signalled by his retreat from modern space and from affiliative ties.
1992: Is reduced affiliative rather than increased agonistic behaviour associated with dispersal in red foxes?
The positive categories include self-enhancing and affiliative humor styles and the negative categories include self-defeating and aggressive humor styles.