gregariousness


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the quality of being gregarious--having a dislike of being alone

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The results for consume or not during last 30 days are presented in Table 1, which shows different distributions: a) the lower and higher groups had more consumers of alcohol, like Warmth; b) the central groups had more consumers of alcohol, like Trust; c) the higher groups had more consumers, like Openness to experience; d) the higher groups had less consumers, like Gregariousness.
Paternity and gregariousness in the sex-changing sessile marine gastropod Crepidula convexa: comparison with other protandrous Crepidula species.
The rule is general disinhibition, gregariousness, the presence of ancestors among people, social undifferentiation, when the slave temporarily becomes Emperor and vice versa.
2 km2 to more than 10 km2 were surveyed to record the level of gregariousness and degree of mixing species when the birds were feeding bathing or resting together in January 2009.
Chip's extreme gregariousness leads the couple to befriend a marine biologist, who soon makes a startling discovery: a bunch of actual mermaids hanging out near the coral reef.
Instead, some of them build on the unsolicited offer of gregariousness by asking you to take a little something for them.
To quantify gregariousness, we recorded group sizes for 19 male-only, 27 female, and 23 mixed-sex groups.
A natural storyteller, John was known for his gregariousness and sense of humor.
Companionable he was not, and gregariousness had not been his way, even
This shows that larger groups of caterpillars and gregariousness are defensive formations (Horgan 2005).
At some of the former sites, one or several trackway-bearing levels are large enough to allow inferences about gregariousness, and these tracksites (or levels) are the focus of this study.
What becomes evident when we examine models of human gregariousness which immediately preceded the introduction of the concept of empathy into Anglophone culture--and which retained their influence until the period in which Jahoda suggests empathy was seen as a viable concept for discussing human relations--is that the language of social feeling and intersubjective understanding was already being transformed by a distinctively British psychology of human association and its influence on sociological thinking.
Susan Cain, who speaks so eloquently in defense and support of introverts, says, "Love is essential; gregariousness is optional.
Well-meaning parents of the 1950s agreed that quiet was unacceptable and gregariousness was ideal for both boys and girls.
McCrae, diagnosing not only the fundamental personality traits (extraversion, neuroticism, openness to experience, agreeableness and conscientiousness), but also their respective components (E: warmth, gregariousness, assertiveness, activity, excitement seeking, positive emotion; N: anxiety, hostility, depression, self-consciousness, impulsiveness, vulnerability to stress; O: fantasy, aesthetics, feelings, actions, ideas, values; A: trust, straightforwardness, altruism, compliance, modesty, tender-mindedness; C: competence, order, dutifulness, achievement striving, self-discipline, deliberation).