A Proposal: How Sensory Inputs from Different Relationship Groups Affect Loneliness in Juveniles and Adults – A Biological Measure on Zebra Finch model

Yucheng Lu
This experiment proposal is designed to research how different sensory inputs (visual, auditory, and tactile) from different social relationship groups (peers, parents, spouse) may affect perception of loneliness. The importance of peers and parents for juveniles, and spouses for adults will be addressed. The experiment will use zebra finch songbirds as the model to provide further insight into human research. Circulating cortisol will be measured as higher loneliness is associated with greater stress, and therefore...
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