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Social | Definition of Social by Merriam-Webster
Adjective. She has poor social skills. The vacation resort held a lot of social events. I joined the club to improve my social life. Her sister is much more social than she is. social institutions like marriage and family Health care is a major social issue. Child abuse has become a serious social problem. Martin Luther King, Jr., fought for social change. Most humans are social beings.

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Social definition, relating to, devoted to, or characterized by friendly companionship or relations: a social club. See more.

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social definition: 1. relating to activities in which you meet and spend time with other people and that happen during the time when you are not working: 2. Social people like to meet and spend time with other people: 3. relating to society and living together in an organized way: . Learn more.

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Etymology. The word "Social" derives from the Latin word socii ("allies"). It is particularly derived from the Italian Socii states, historical allies of the Roman Republic (although they rebelled against Rome in the Social War of 91-88 BC).. Definition. In the absence of agreement about its meaning, the term "social" is used in many different senses and regarded as a concept, referring among ...

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so·cial (sō′shəl) adj. 1. a. Of or relating to human society and its modes of organization: social classes; social problems; a social issue. b. Of or relating to rank and status in society: social standing. c. Of, relating to, or occupied with matters affecting human welfare: social programs. 2. a. Interacting with other people and living in ...

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Communism maintains that social wrongs can be corrected only by violence. He dealt with the question on theological, legal and social grounds. After their return in the summer he began to write his book, The Social Order.

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Social Anxiety Disorder Increases the Risk for Alcohol Use Disorder  Psychiatry Advisor

Compared with other anxiety disorders, social anxiety disorder has a plausible direct influence on alcohol use disorder.

Social Cognitive Deficits in Major Depressive Disorders  Psychiatry Advisor

A range of studies show that connections among social identification, perception, and interpretation of social situations affect quality of life in patients with major ...

Psychiatrists shouldn’t have a monopoly over psychotherapy  The Globe and Mail

Patients with complex problems need longer treatments, but they don't have to be administered by a traditional psychotherapist.

Early Stresses Contribute to Schizophrenia  Psychiatry Advisor

Emerging evidence has demonstrated that stress and other environmental factors may contribute to the development of schizophrenia.1 Although genes do play ...

Aiming to Help Homeless, UCLA Residents Practice ‘Street Psychiatry’  California Health Report

By Fran Kritz • Apr 10, 2019. A growing number of psychiatry residents at UCLA are training to help thousands of people in Los Angeles who are homeless and ...

MDMA May Reopen Critical Period for Social Reward Learning | Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network  Psych Congress Network

A single dose of the psychedelic drug methylendioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) reopens the critical period for learning the reward value of social behaviors, ...

The Challenge of Going Off Psychiatric Drugs  The New Yorker

Rachel Aviv on what happens when it's time for patients to stop taking antidepressants and other psychiatric drugs.

Social Anxiety Disorder Ups Alcohol Use Disorder Risk | Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network  Psych Congress Network

Unlike other types of anxiety disorders, social anxiety disorder appears to have a causal influence on the risk for alcohol use disorder, according to a study ...

When psychiatric medications are abruptly discontinued, withdrawal symptoms may be mistaken for relapse  Medical Xpress

Withdrawal symptoms following the practice of discontinuation, or abruptly "coming off," of psychiatric drugs in randomized clinical trials may be mistaken for ...

Potential for dementia prevention greater in low-, middle-income countries  Healio

Dementia may be more preventable in in Asia and Latin America than in high-income countries, according to cross-sectional survey data published in Lancet ...

Urgent Care On Demand, Except This Time For Mental Health  WBUR

"Sometimes you just need a quick look to see if there's something that can be done in the moment that might get you back on track for your care," says Dr. David ...

Hispanic and black children are diagnosed with autism later, leading to treatment delays  Miami Herald

Hispanic children are diagnosed with autism, on average, 2.5 years after their non-Hispanic white counterparts. The diagnosis delay can hurt their ability to learn ...

 

 

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