sociopsychological


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sociopsychological

(sō′sē-ō-sī′kə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, -shē-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to social psychology.
2. Of, relating to, or combining social and psychological factors.
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Empirical support for the relationships between variables within sociopsychological theory was also established in a leisure context, when Han and Yoon (2015) demonstrated that certain customers'emotions and attitudes significantly increased their level of desire, and that this motivational factor induced their behavioral intention.
A relationally oriented empirical assessment of two sociopsychological accounts of level of Jewish settler violence during the Gaza Pullout has demonstrated how the combined operation of the reversals of several relational mechanisms mitigated the salience of cognitive mechanisms and impeded radicalization on the part of radical Jewish settler organizations.
The most widely accepted definition of burnout is based on clinical sociopsychological aspects, namely, the response to the emotional tension generated by excessive direct contact with people (8,9).
1, 50-51 (using the Kahan and Posner example to offer a sociopsychological explanation for the criminalization of the morally permissible and economically harmless conduct of issuer-licensed insider trading).
As opposed to sociopsychological tradition, this tradition focuses on relations and communication among individuals rather than focusing on intrapersonal communication and cognition.
The sociopsychological force [[??].sup.soc.sub.[alpha][beta]](t) is to keep privacy or personal space from nearby pedestrians, and it can be expressed as (7).
Proper dental treatment following a traumatic dental injury is crucial for preventing the biological and sociopsychological impacts [9].
Second, synchronization of physiological parameters (i.e., heart rate) is a feature of social interaction in wake people which has attracted attention recently as it varies with sociopsychological relationship characteristics such as social proximity [9] and trust [10].
Measuring stress and burnout without analyzing their roots in professionals' perception does not allow us to identify the actual sociopsychological risk factors SWs may run.
"Probable reasons include a lack of large conurbations where sociopsychological problems are particularly liable to generate crime, a lack so far of a major hard drug problem, possibly legislature differences and relatively little overcrowding in Northern Ireland prisons."
In addition, these efforts relieve the overburdened health care system and reduce the economic and sociopsychological cost of this often preventable but stealthy-onset disease.
It's a well-known sociopsychological phenomenon, and I think this is what happened in Jeddah -- until that one passer-by finally did the right thing.