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Social organisms, including human, live collectively in interacting populations. This interaction is considered social whether they are aware of it or not, and whether the exchange is voluntary or not.

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Social isolation, loneliness increase risk for heart failure

1. 5-degree goal not plausible: Social change more important than physical tipping points

New Apps Aim to Douse the Social Media Dumpster Fire

A Psychologist Offers 2 Tips To Help You Overcome Social Anxiety At Work

‘Love hormone' may not be crucial for social bonding after all

Social isolation linked to an increased risk of dementia, new study finds

Are You Suffering From Social-Media-Induced Loneliness?

Among social media users, YouTube was considered to be the least civil, followed by Facebook. Twitter and TikTok ranked in the middle. Reddit and Instagram were considered the most civil. (N = 1,105; N = 1,035)

New studies suggest social isolation is a risk factor for dementia in older adults, point to ways to reduce risk

Social Media Use Is Linked to Brain Changes in Teens, Research Finds

Scientists Uncover a Gut-Brain Connection for Social Development

The accelerating growth in space infrastructure. Shown by multiple graphs. Resubmission using non-social-media source (prior submission was from Twitter and thus removed).

Why do people like being tipsy? Here’s how alcohol affects the brain - The buzz produced by alcohol comes from a cocktail of pharmacology and social ingredients, research shows

New Study Links Poverty With Social Media Addiction

False Consensus Effect - A potent cognitive bias that causes people to view their own behavioral choices, thoughts, and beliefs as common and appropriate to their current circumstances. It can be considered a form of social projection that individuals partake in to try and make sense of the world.

Hunter-gatherer social ties spread pottery-making far and wide

'Persuasion Fatigue' Is a Unique Form of Social Frustration

Modulation of 5-HT release by dynorphin mediates social deficits during opioid withdrawal

The Ringelmann Effect (Social Loafing) - A psychological phenomenon that describes the tendency for individual productivity to weaken as group size increases. Written by Matthias Laroche (Clinical Neuropsychiatry (MSc) from King's College London)

Social media engagement style may be linked with perceived social connectedness