How Does Your Brain Process Emotions? Answer Could Help Address Loneliness Epidemic
Research over the last decade has shown that loneliness is an important determinant of health. It is associated with considerable physical and mental health risks and increased mortality. Previous studies have also shown that wisdom could serve as a protective factor against loneliness. This inverse relationship between loneliness and wisdom may be based in different brain processes.
Study Examines the Future Psyche of Post-COVID-19 Traveler
Our deep-rooted survival instinct for disease avoidance could make us less willing to embrace strangers and take foreign travel risks. "We wanted to look beyond the current crisis and consider the future psyche of the post-COVID-19 traveller," says Associate Professor Florian Kock of Marketing and Tourism at Copenhagen Business School.