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Episode 243:The psychology of coping with the coronavirus pandemic

Why some people are finding it hard to adjust to a new routine.

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The psychology of coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

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Episode 243: University of Arizona psychologist David Sbarra

The daily uncertainty of COVID-19 is causing us to yearn for a return to normalcy. University of Arizona psychologist David Sbarra discusses how the pandemic has knocked us out of our old routines, and why some people are finding it hard to adjust to a new one.

David Sbarra spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D regents' professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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