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Anime is now a human friend.
That’s the conclusion of a team of researchers from Japan and the United States, who say anime, an interactive medium, has become a kind of surrogate family to humans and can provide valuable insight into human behavior.
The findings are published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
In the past, people often found anime to be hostile, but they had no idea what was going on behind the scenes.
The team from the University of Tokyo and University of California, Los Angeles, for example, found that people in anime communities were less likely to use aggressive language, more likely to have positive attitudes toward the group and less likely than other people to use violent words or behavior.
They were also more likely than people in other settings to share interests.
What makes this new study different is that it’s the first study to look at anime as a social phenomenon.
It looks at anime fans as people with a shared social identity.
The researchers say they found that the shared social identities of anime fans can be more helpful than other types of social network.
This shared social network of anime enthusiasts and fans was very helpful in the study.
People from other groups did not feel that they shared a common sense of humor, they found.
But, because of their shared social and social network, they were more likely and more helpful in identifying their friends, and in expressing themselves more positively to them.
The team also found that anime fans were more interested in sharing information about the characters than other social network users.
They showed a stronger interest in sharing pictures of their favorite characters and even talked about their favorite anime, which was interesting because anime fans are often drawn to cute and silly anime characters.
The researchers say that the anime fans who expressed their interest in the characters in their community were able to share more information about them, including their favorite voice actors and character designs.
The anime fans also showed more interest in and use of social media than other users.
The anime fans showed an interest in social media that matched other social networks.
This was a really nice result because it indicates that anime fandom can have a profound impact on the way that people interact with each other.
This is a great example of how people are sharing and interacting with a lot of different people.
And that’s really important, because we need to know how to improve social interaction in the future, says Dr. Yuta Nakamura, a professor of psychology at the University at Buffalo who was not involved in the research.