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Life under stay-at-home orders: a panel study of change in social interaction and emotional wellbeing among older Americans during COVID-19 pandemic.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):BMC public health [BMC Public Health] 2022 Sep 20; Vol. 22 (1), pp. 1777. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 20.

Abstract:Background: Recent research has shown the mental health consequence of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, but longitudinal data are relatively scarce. It is unclear whether the pattern of isolation and elevated stress seen at the beginning...

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Socially situated artificial intelligence enables learning from human interaction.

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Source(s):Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A] 2022 Sep 27; Vol. 119 (39), pp. e2115730119. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 19.

Abstract:Regardless of how much data artificial intelligence agents have available, agents will inevitably encounter previously unseen situations in real-world deployments. Reacting to novel situations by acquiring new information from other people-socially sit...

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Opening the black box of the relationship between neighborhood socioeconomic status and mental health: Neighborhood social-interactive characteristics as contextual mechanisms.

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Source(s):Health & place [Health Place] 2022 Sep; Vol. 77, pp. 102905. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 09.

Abstract:Previous studies have linked low neighborhood socioeconomic status (NSES) to mental health problems. However, few studies have investigated the mechanisms underlying this association and most focused on the association with negative indicators of menta...

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Not "The More The Merrier": Diminishing Returns to Daily Face-To-Face Social Interaction Frequency for Well-Being in Older Age.

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Source(s):The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences [J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci] 2022 Aug 11; Vol. 77 (8), pp. 1431-1441.

Abstract:Objectives: While being socially active is beneficial for well-being in older age, it is unclear whether effects of social interactions on well-being indicate "the more the merrier" or if they have limits as individuals socialize more or less across di...

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Alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (αMSH) modulates the rewarding properties of social interactions in an oxytocin receptor-dependent manner in Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus Auratus).

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Source(s):Physiology & behavior [Physiol Behav] 2022 Aug 01; Vol. 252, pp. 113828. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Apr 30.

Abstract:A reduction in the rewarding properties of social interactions is frequently a key contributor to neuropsychiatric disorders. Although much remains to be learned about the neural mechanisms governing social reward, numerous studies have found that oxyt...

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Isolation disrupts social interactions and destabilizes brain development in bumblebees.

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Source(s):Current biology : CB [Curr Biol] 2022 Jun 20; Vol. 32 (12), pp. 2754-2764.e5. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 May 17.

Abstract:Social isolation, particularly in early life, leads to deleterious physiological and behavioral outcomes. Here, we leverage new high-throughput tools to comprehensively investigate the impact of isolation in the bumblebee, Bombus impatiens, from behavi...

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Mobility Based on GPS Trajectory Data and Interviews: A Pilot Study to Understand the Differences between Lower- and Higher-Income Older Adults in Hong Kong.

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Source(s):International journal of environmental research and public health [Int J Environ Res Public Health] 2022 May 03; Vol. 19 (9). Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 May 03.

Abstract:Few studies have examined mobility from a social exclusion perspective. Limited mobility can restrict opportunities to interact with others and therefore may lead to social exclusion. This pilot study was designed to test the feasibility of integrating...

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More Interactions, More Prosociality? An Investigation of the Prosocial Effect of Online Social Interactions Among Adolescents.

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Source(s):Cyberpsychology, behavior and social networking [Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw] 2022 Jul; Vol. 25 (7), pp. 432-438. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 May 20.

Abstract:Adolescence is a key stage for prosocial advancement. A plethora of research suggested that the consumption of prosocial-themed media content can facilitate the development of adolescents' prosociality. However, little has examined whether various beha...

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[Effects of Social Interaction on Self-Rated Health of Older Adults: The Mediating Effect of Psychological Capital].

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Source(s):Sichuan da xue xue bao. Yi xue ban = Journal of Sichuan University. Medical science edition [Sichuan Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban] 2022 Jul; Vol. 53 (4), pp. 670-675.

Abstract:Objective: To analyze the effect of social interaction on the self-rated health of older adults and the mediating effect played by psychological capital in the process.Methods: The ordered probit regression model was used to analyze the impact of facto...

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Building a taxonomy of mental processes supporting social functioning to accelerate the integration between psychology and neuroscience: A commentary on Dang et al.

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Source(s):NeuroImage [Neuroimage] 2022 Jul 15; Vol. 255, pp. 119152. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Mar 27.

Abstract:A methodological and theoretical chasm continues to exist between social psychology and social neuroscience, particularly with respect to research relevant to understanding racial bias, social justice and inequality. We use the Dang et al. (2022) study...

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