Psychology of Covid-19 – Effects of Social Isolation

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Description: I have posted previously about the non-obvious ways in which the social isolation imposed upon us by the Coronavirus pandemic have added to our levels of stress and anxiety. However, my focus in those posts was on the atypical or unnatural nature of alternative forms of social engagement such as video conferencing using Zoom…. Read more »

Psychology and Covid-19: Isolation Insights from Solitary Confinement

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Description: How are you doing with social isolation? Perhaps you are too busy juggling work and children and relationships gone virtual or perhaps you are bored to tears with no new Netflix options and no live sports to watch. Have you thought about the similarities between your current situation and solitary confinement (well, with family… Read more »