Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat

Thomson R, Yuki M, Talhelm T, Schug J, Kito M, Ayanian A, Becker JC, Becker M, Chiu C-yue, Choi H-S, Ferreira CM, et al. (2018)
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 115(29): 7521-7526.

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Biologists and social scientists have long tried to understand why some societies have more fluid and open interpersonal relationships and how those differences influence culture. This study measures relational mobility, a socioecological variable quantifying voluntary (high relational mobility) vs. fixed (low relational mobility) interpersonal relationships. We measure relational mobility in 39 societies and test whether it predicts social behavior. People in societies with higher relational mobility report more proactive interpersonal behaviors (e.g., self-disclosure and social support) and psychological tendencies that help them build and retain relationships (e.g., general trust, intimacy, self-esteem). Finally, we explore ecological factors that could explain relational mobility differences across societies. Relational mobility was lower in societies that practiced settled, interdependent subsistence styles, such as rice farming, and in societies that had stronger ecological and historical threats.
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Thomson R, Yuki M, Talhelm T, et al. Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 2018;115(29):7521-7526.
Thomson, R., Yuki, M., Talhelm, T., Schug, J., Kito, M., Ayanian, A., Becker, J. C., et al. (2018). Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 115(29), 7521-7526. doi:10.1073/pnas.1713191115
Thomson, R., Yuki, M., Talhelm, T., Schug, J., Kito, M., Ayanian, A., Becker, J. C., Becker, M., Chiu, C. -yue, Choi, H. - S., et al. (2018). Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 115, 7521-7526.
Thomson, R., et al., 2018. Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 115(29), p 7521-7526.
R. Thomson, et al., “Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat”, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, vol. 115, 2018, pp. 7521-7526.
Thomson, R., Yuki, M., Talhelm, T., Schug, J., Kito, M., Ayanian, A., Becker, J.C., Becker, M., Chiu, C.-yue, Choi, H.-S., Ferreira, C.M., Fueloep, M., Gul, P., Maria Houghton-Illera, A., Joasoo, M., Jong, J., Kavanagh, C.M., Khutkyy, D., Manzi, C., Marcinkowska, U.M., Milfont, T.L., Neto, F., von Oertzen, T., Pliskin, R., San Martin, A., Singh, P., Visserman, M.L.: Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 115, 7521-7526 (2018).
Thomson, Robert, Yuki, Masaki, Talhelm, Thomas, Schug, Joanna, Kito, Mie, Ayanian, Arin, Becker, Julia C., Becker, Maja, Chiu, Chi-yue, Choi, Hoon-Seok, Ferreira, Carolina M., Fueloep, Marta, Gul, Pelin, Maria Houghton-Illera, Ana, Joasoo, Mihkel, Jong, Jonathan, Kavanagh, Christopher M., Khutkyy, Dmytro, Manzi, Claudia, Marcinkowska, Urszula M., Milfont, Taciano L., Neto, Felix, von Oertzen, Timo, Pliskin, Ruthie, San Martin, Alvaro, Singh, Purnima, and Visserman, Mariko L. “Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat”. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 115.29 (2018): 7521-7526.

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