Psychology & Psychiatry

Videoconferencing hinders creativity, study finds

People are worse at coming up with creative ideas during a video call compared to meeting in person, a study said Wednesday, suggesting that workplaces should prioritize brainstorming sessions for the office.

Medical research

Drug treatment: There's an app for that too

Addiction treatment providers scrambled at the start of the coronavirus pandemic to find ways to keep people engaged after they shut their physical doors.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Dating after lockdown: why you shouldn't expect a summer of love

Over the past year, many single people have patiently waited through what might have seemed like the long, slow death of their romantic lives. Social distancing has meant fewer dates, while strict physical distancing measures ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Zoom fatigue worse for women

With the pandemic forcing many Americans to retreat into their homes, video calls have taken over people's work and personal lives. Now, new Stanford research reveals how the shift from in-person meetings to virtual ones ...

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