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1948 126
1949 126
1950 207
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1952 272
1953 277
1954 243
1955 248
1956 254
1957 272
1958 251
1959 220
1960 284
1961 308
1962 279
1963 365
1964 496
1965 417
1966 215
1967 301
1968 491
1969 533
1970 532
1971 520
1972 621
1973 718
1974 758
1975 744
1976 674
1977 707
1978 778
1979 753
1980 806
1981 707
1982 715
1983 747
1984 749
1985 811
1986 821
1987 861
1988 1025
1989 1022
1990 1119
1991 1105
1992 1134
1993 1176
1994 1126
1995 1295
1996 1360
1997 1605
1998 1705
1999 2088
2000 1960
2001 2529
2002 2288
2003 2796
2004 3106
2005 3486
2006 4218
2007 4826
2008 5171
2009 5380
2010 5902
2011 6773
2012 7420
2013 7811
2014 8492
2015 9127
2016 8863
2017 8671
2018 8575
2019 3656
2020 38
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Social relationships and health.
House JS, et al. Science 1988. PMID 3399889
Recent scientific work has established both a theoretical basis and strong empirical evidence for a causal impact of social relationships on health. ...The mechanisms through which social relationships affect health and the factors that promote or inhibit the development and maintenance of social relationships remain to be explored....
Recent scientific work has established both a theoretical basis and strong empirical evidence for a causal impact of social relations …
Social behavior, dominance, and social deprivation of rats determine drug choice.
Wolffgramm J and Heyne A. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 1991. PMID 2057508
Social behavior was registered by tetradic encounters in the open field prior to the rats' drug experiences. Social deprivation was induced by individual housing (LI) and contact caging (C). ...During this state modifying social factors were no longer effective....
Social behavior was registered by tetradic encounters in the open field prior to the rats' drug experiences. Social dep
The pursuit of social acceptance: aberrant conformity in social anxiety disorder.
Feng C, et al. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2018. PMID 29986075 Free PMC article.
We addressed this issue by investigating the behavioral and neural patterns associated with social conformity in patients with social anxiety disorder. ...Our findings provide evidence on the behavioral and neural patterns of social anxiety disorder during social interactions, and support the hypothesis that individuals with social anxiety disorder are more motivated to pursue social acceptance and possibly avoid social rejection....
We addressed this issue by investigating the behavioral and neural patterns associated with social conformity in patients with soc
Group Aggression
Densley J and Peterson J. Curr Opin Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 29279221
The field of intergroup relations, a sub-field of social-psychology, offers critical insight into the emergence of group conflict and aggression. This review examines the most influential theoretical frameworks from the field of intergroup relations, namely realistic conflict theory, relative deprivation theory, social identity theory, social dominance theory, and deindividuation theory. ...
The field of intergroup relations, a sub-field of social-psychology, offers critical insight into the emergence of group conflict and …
Social comparison and prosocial behavior: an applied study of social identity theory in community food drives.
Shipley A. Psychol Rep 2008. PMID 18567213
Such behavior is referred to as "social competition." In two studies, the effects of social comparison and social competition were measured in the real-world environment of community food drives. ...The findings suggest that researchers should expand study of the theory's behavioral implications, including the role of social comparison in prosocial behavior....
Such behavior is referred to as "social competition." In two studies, the effects of social comparison and social
Courage is needed
Jacobsen GW. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 2018. PMID 30344311 Free article.
Giving what one should: explanations for the knowledge-behavior gap for altruistic giving.
Blake PR. Curr Opin Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 28822896
Several studies have shown that children struggle to give what they believe that they should: the so-called knowledge-behavior gap. ...I conclude that self-regulation, social distance, and social learning show the most promising evidence for understanding the mechanisms that can close the gap....
Several studies have shown that children struggle to give what they believe that they should: the so-called knowledge-behavior gap. . …
The developmental emergence of direct reciprocity and its influence on prosocial behavior.
Leimgruber KL. Curr Opin Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 29486397
Humans are a remarkably cooperative species, and one behavior thought to play an important role is that of reciprocal altruism. ...Finally, I propose two social cognitive capacities related to prospection that I believe may help to shed light on the psychology of strategic reciprocal interactions and their role in prosocial behavior more broadly....
Humans are a remarkably cooperative species, and one behavior thought to play an important role is that of reciprocal altruism. ...Fi …
How interpersonal synchrony facilitates early prosocial behavior.
Cirelli LK. Curr Opin Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 28830004
When infants and children affiliate with others, certain cues may direct their social efforts to 'better' social partners. Interpersonal synchrony, or when two or more people move together in time, can be one such cue. ...These effects on helping are specifically directed to the synchronous movement partner and members of that person's social group. ...
When infants and children affiliate with others, certain cues may direct their social efforts to 'better' social partners. Int …
Identification Reduces Stigma of Mental Ill-Health: A Community-Based Study
Kearns M, et al. Am J Community Psychol 2018. PMID 29266299
In this study, we drew upon social identity theory to examine how social group membership might influence the stigma surrounding mental ill-health. Participants from two urban centers in Ireland (N = 626) completed a survey measuring stigma of mental health, perceived social support as well as identification with two different social groups (community and religion). ...
In this study, we drew upon social identity theory to examine how social group membership might influence the stigma surroundi …
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