Virtual Social Interaction and Mental Health During COVID-19

Sarah Marie Rosa
The COVID-19 pandemic is a highly stressful and unprecedented event, and its effects on mental health are relatively unknown. In-person social support and interaction are known protective factors against internalizing symptoms, however, due to social distancing regulations, people are engaging in face-to-face (FTF) interactions less and technology-mediated communication (TMC) more. The current study investigated if FTF interaction and different forms of TMC relate to internalizing symptoms. Undergraduate students from Brandeis University reported their frequency of...
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