Social Interaction D000083505

Psychiatry and Psychology [F] » Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms [F01] » Psychology, Social » Interpersonal Relations » Social Interaction

Description

Process involving reciprocal response between two or more individuals. This includes the development of cooperation and competition, the influence of status and social roles, and the dynamics of group behavior, leadership, and conformity. Persistent social interaction between specific individuals leads to the formation of social relationships.   MeSH

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