Psychology & Psychiatry

Not everybody hates looking at themselves on Zoom: study

Zoom fatigue may be a real condition, but for some people, the "constant mirror" effect of seeing their own faces didn't appear to make virtual meetings more unpleasant, a Washington State University study has found.

Neuroscience

Caring, confident dads have structurally different brains

Although the COVID-19 pandemic profoundly impacted all our work and living arrangements, one thing particularly stood out for dads. During the nationwide lockdowns, fathers ditched the office and came home in their millions. ...

Vaccination

South Africa: Many still need to be convinced about vaccination

The number of people being vaccinated against COVID-19 in South Africa is on the rise after a bumpy start. But the more positive attitudes are not always reflected in vaccine registrations and vaccinations, according to the ...

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