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Tag: Prosocial interaction

Prosocial interaction doesn’t seem to be a commonly used term, but in Lucy Foulkes et al.’s 2005 paper entitled, ‘Common and Distinct Impacts of Autistic Traits and Alexithymia on Social Reward’, it’s defined as “the enjoyment of having kind, reciprocal relationships.”