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cooperative

noun Vox populi An organization whose members share purchasing clout, resources or other materials. See Health insurance purchasing.
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It is predicted by organizational skills, communication skills and cooperativeness.
Cooperativeness (COOP) is a character trait that consists of lower order traits like social acceptance, empathy, helpfulness, compassion.
Explain the relationship between the addressor and addressee in terms of cooperativeness and politeness principles.
Proposition 2a: In the action stage, buying firms differ in their level of cooperativeness and can be clustered in Substitutors (dominantly uncooperative), Cooperators (selectively cooperative and noncooperative), and Partners (dominantly cooperative).
Correlations between personality dimensions scores and BHS scores obtained by patients Novelty Seeking 0,063 0,477 Harm avoidance 0,499 < 0,001 Reward Dependence -0,244 0,005 Persistence -0,020 0,817 Self-directedness -0,514 < 0,001 Cooperativeness -0,281 0,001 Self-transcendence -0,113 0,197 Table II.
Moreover, in previous studies the 158Met allele has been linked with pro-social behavior, empathy and cooperativeness, which one would expect to be conducive to subjective well-being.
There were no significant differences according to character dimensions: cooperativeness, self directedness and self transcendence total and subscale scores between PE patients and control groups (Table 3).
Attorney Bruce Blitman of Broward County Bar describes how these five styles are devised according to scales of assertiveness and cooperativeness.
Survivors of early malnutrition also cited relatively little intellectual curiosity, social warmth, cooperativeness and willingness to try new experiences and to work hard at achieving goals.
In a second experiment, the researchers had subjects interact with a robot, Nexi, that was programmed the nonverbal cues of either selfishness or cooperativeness that were observed in the first study.
I think he was certainly universally popular within the league, both because of his demeanor and cooperativeness," Texas League President Tom Kayser said.
Additionally, it has also developed the way tourism licenses are issued and renewed, and shortened the time it usually takes to obtain licenses, while maintaining complete transparency and cooperativeness, the statement said.

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