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of, characterized by, or inclined to living together in communities

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of or relating to the structure, organization, or functioning of society

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spent, marked by, or enjoyed in the company of others

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a party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity

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relating to human society and its members

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living together or enjoying life in communities or organized groups

composed of sociable people or formed for the purpose of sociability

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tending to move or live together in groups or colonies of the same kind

marked by friendly companionship with others

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Social stress procedures: animals were paired together in one cage for 4 hours per day and the pairings were exchanged within the own groups every week, forcing rabbits to continually reestablish social relationships.
The physiological response to Trier Social Stress Test relates to subjective measures of stress during but not before or after the test.
Social stress shows less impact on CVDs as compared to other variables.
In various aspects of physical stress, emotional and psychological stress, social stress, entrapment, technical skill and physical environment, answers no, rarely, sometimes, frequently and always were obtained while total physical, psychological and social stress were obtained on a 10-point scale, 1 being nil, 2-4 mild, 5-7 moderate and 8-10 severe.
Pruessner, Marcella Rietschel, Michael Deuschle1 & Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg (2011) City living and urban upbringing affect neural social stress processing in humans.
16,17] Moreover, patients affected by psychotic disorders show greater dopaminergic response to social stress tasks than healthy controls, [18] and patients who were abused in childhood are more sensitive to recent life events than patients who were not abused in childhood.
Another good example of possible exemplifications is the model of social stress with its complex consequences.
It is also suggested that higher stress levels using the Localized Index of Social Stress (LISS) will manifest in stronger correlations with crime at greater distances and that these correlations will peak and then dissipate with the effect of distance decay.
This article describes the social stress of foreclosure among residents in Alabama, a predominantly rural state in the United States with high levels of poverty and moderate foreclosure rates compared to other parts of the country.
Back in the 1980s, researchers Ozoga and Verme conducted a long-term study on social stress on their deer herd at the Cusino Research Area in Michigan.
Tummers discusses symptoms of physical stress (cravings, feeling exhausted, restless sleep), emotional stress (feeling defensive, quick temper), intellectual stress (lack of motivation), social stress (aggressiveness, confusion), spiritual stress (not having alone time, feeling powerless), and environmental stress (disorganization, clutter) before presenting her wellness strengths-based model.
Whatever age I've been, there has been some serious social stress around New Year's Eve
Progress toward full employment would relieve social stress, and would also move the government toward fiscal balance by increasing tax revenue and reducing demand for public services.
Poverty can lead to violence through financial and social stress, as well as alcohol or drug-abuse to cope with these stressors.