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What is social neurosecurity?

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smart:
Hey all,

Social neurosecurity is essential skill when interacting with others. This may be seen as a basic fundamentals, but learning how to respond socially requires a lot of continous work. Likewise, social neurosecurity is a general concept driven by human interactions. Hence, i believe applied neurosecurity training can probably become a strong asset when working with others. Communication, in specific, may be the most demanding and valuable activity to stimulate and control our social skills. There may be other types of experiments to enhance learning of social interactions as when dealing with other people on social networks.  ;)


If you want to read more on social neurosecurity, you may want to check out my "neurosecurity in the workplace" post:
https://open-neurosecurity.org/news/5/

smart

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