How useful is an individual perspective for explaining the control of social behavior?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (2):263-264 (2000)
Abstract
Pavlovian feed-forward mechanisms represent an individual perspective that ignores how repeated interactions between the same individuals lead to social relationships. These can determine social cues, coordinated behaviors, asymmetries between partners, and physiological and emotional states associated with social interaction.
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