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://healthradii.com/canonline-physician-networks-improve-patient-care/, accessed 8 May 2014. Van Den Bulte , C. – Lilien , G. L. ( 2001 ): Medical Innovation Revisited: Social Contagion versus Marketing Effort . American Journal of Sociology 106 ( 5

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): Social Contagion and Innovation: Cohesion Versus Structural Equivalence. American Journal of Sociology , 92(6): 1287–1335. Burt R S Social Contagion and Innovation: Cohesion Versus

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use in adolescence: Social contagion and genetic relatedness . Journal of Family Psychology , 19 , 611 – 618 . Richmond , M. K. , Stocker , C. M. , & Rienks , S. L. ( 2005

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. Van den Bulte , C. – Lilien , G. L. ( 2001 ): Medical Innovation Revisited: Social Contagion versus Marketing Effort . American Journal of Sociology 106 ( 5 ): 1409 – 1435

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adopters expose people to an innovation (De Nooy et al. 2005 ). It assumes that social relations are instrumental to the diffusion process. Therefore, passing on an innovation via social ties is called social contagion (here, adopters are those published

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engagement, development, experimentation, and interactions might decrease in more introverted classrooms, reinforcing their IPV drives to address their unmet needs (potentially a social contagion effect of classroom introversion; Doornwaard et al., 2016

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, Legrain , P. , & Wild , T. C. ( 2010 ). Social contagion of motivation between teacher and student: Analyzing underlying processes . Journal of Educational Psychology, 102 ( 3 ), 577 – 587

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