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Browsing by Subject " Social integration, Social Thermoregulation Theory, Attachment Theory,  Embodiment, Machine Learning"

Browsing by Subject " Social integration, Social Thermoregulation Theory, Attachment Theory,  Embodiment, Machine Learning"

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  • Gamito, P.; Oliveira, J.; Lopes, P.; Brito, R.; Morais, D.; Caçoete, C.; Leandro, A.
    inProc. of : Methods of Information in Medicine. (2017)
    Social ties in general, but having a wider variety of social ties (i.e., complex social integration) specifically, have been shown to create important physical and mental benefits and thus belong to highly important dete ...