July 17, 2020

Episode 241: How personal interaction has changed during the coronavirus pandemic

Researchers are looking into how people are coping with the isolation of a pandemic.

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How personal interaction has changed during the coronavirus pandemic

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Episode 241: University of Arizona communications researcher Kory Floyd

Individuals and families have been coping with the impact of isolation while avoiding COVID-19. University of Arizona communications researcher Kory Floyd is looking at how people are changed by the decrease in the degree of affection and touch that they were accustomed to before the pandemic struck.

Kory Floyd spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D. Regents professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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