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The neuroscience behind why your brain may need time to adjust to 'un-social distancing'

By Kareem Clark, Postdoctoral Associate in Neuroscience, Virginia Tech
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Ready to party post-pandemic, but at the same time feeling shy? Here's how social isolation affects the brain – and what research suggests about the effects of resocialization.

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