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How your emotional response to the COVID-19 pandemic changed your behavior and your sense of time

By Philip Gable, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Delaware
Chris Wendel, PhD Student in Psychology, University of Alabama
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For the first 12 months of the pandemic, a team of researchers tracked the relationship between emotions, time perception and health-related behaviors like wearing a mask.

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