Affiliative Behavior

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  • Any activity that builds or creates unity in a group. The term affiliative behavior is most commonly found in academic discourse in the fields of anthropology and psychology. It only refers to those actions that are likely to be understood as pleasing and appealing. Examples include smiling, head nodding, and waving. Affiliative behavior facilitates human connections.

    10.4135/9781412972024.n72

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