Amidst all the major threats posed by COVID-19, there are glimmers of hope that people are adjusting better than you might imagine—at least where a sense of authenticity and personal control are concerned.
Want to get someone to wear a mask or practice social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic? Argue that face coverings and keeping six-feet apart will protect others, says new research from Ball State University.
We know that masks can reduce COVID-19 transmission, but how are they affecting our ability to communicate with each other? A psychologist who studies how well people understand each other offers some speculations.