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  • adjective of behaviour tending to promote social cohesion

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Examples

  • These hormones appear to be implicated in social behaviors of many kinds and are part of what scientists have called the affiliative neurocircuitry, an intricate pattern of co-occurring and interacting pathways that influence many aspects of social behavior, ranging from whether people are receptive to social relationships at all to how strong their relationships will be.

    Mind Wide Open

  • These hormones appear to be implicated in social behaviors of many kinds and are part of what scientists have called the affiliative neurocircuitry, an intricate pattern of co-occurring and interacting pathways that influence many aspects of social behavior, ranging from whether people are receptive to social relationships at all to how strong their relationships will be.

    Mind Wide Open

  • These hormones appear to be implicated in social behaviors of many kinds and are part of what scientists have called the affiliative neurocircuitry, an intricate pattern of co-occurring and interacting pathways that influence many aspects of social behavior, ranging from whether people are receptive to social relationships at all to how strong their relationships will be.

    Mind Wide Open

  • These hormones appear to be implicated in social behaviors of many kinds and are part of what scientists have called the affiliative neurocircuitry, an intricate pattern of co-occurring and interacting pathways that influence many aspects of social behavior, ranging from whether people are receptive to social relationships at all to how strong their relationships will be.

    Mind Wide Open

  • There was also a small effect size for them when it came to speech production, talkativeness, affiliative speech and self-disclosure.

    Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright: Debunking The Mars-Venus Myth

  • There was also a small effect size for them when it came to speech production, talkativeness, affiliative speech and self-disclosure.

    Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright: Debunking The Mars-Venus Myth

  • There was also a small effect size for them when it came to speech production, talkativeness, affiliative speech and self-disclosure.

    Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright: Debunking The Mars-Venus Myth

  • The social lives of many animals are strongly shaped by affiliative and cooperative behavior as Jane Goodall wrote above for chimpanzees.

    Marc Bekoff: Wild Justice and Moral Intelligence in Animals: Warfare Among Animals Is Extremely Rare

  • Robert W. Sussman, an anthropologist at Washington University in St. Louis, and his colleagues Paul A. Garber and Jim Cheverud reported in 2005 in The American Journal of Physical Anthropology that for many nonhuman primates, more than 90 percent of their social interactions are affiliative rather than competitive or divisive.

    Marc Bekoff: Wild Justice and Moral Intelligence in Animals: Warfare Among Animals Is Extremely Rare

  • But collective feedback systems like the United Way fundraising thermometer are affiliative, and garner tremendous levels of participation.

    Jonathan F.P. Rose: Oval Office Speech Only a Start

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