Friendship paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The is the phenomenon first observed by the sociologist Scott L. Feld in 1991 that most people have fewer friends than their friends have, on average. It can be explained as a form of in which people with greater numbers of friends have an increase...
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