Prosocial Ability

“No-one becomes rich without enriching others.”

– Andrew Carnegie

Social interaction can probably be divided into four broad categories: prosocial, social, asocial, and antisocial. Prosocial behavior refers to human interactions that are promoted or initiated with the goal of helping another. These behaviors involve a genuine concern for the feelings, thoughts, and needs that people in our lives are experiencing. Examples of prosocial behavior would be volunteering your time, taking part in charitable causes, or just assisting others without any monetary reward for doing so. Terms such as altruism or selflessness are often associated with prosocial thinking and actions.

Social behavior refers to human relationships or interactions ...

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