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What Drives Social Behavior During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Credit: NPR- Published 1 week ago
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with economist Plamen Nikolov from State University of New York at Binghamton, about how the pandemic is altering the way we behave.
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Pandemic Survival Guide: How Parents Can Help Kids Cope With Fear
Research has shown more children are experiencing mental health difficulties during the pandemic societal lockdown. According to HuffPost, such difficulties include feeling unhappy, being clingy, and experiencing physical symptoms associated with worry. Poppy O'Neill has written widely on mental wellbeing. Her new book, '101 Tips to Help Your Anxious Child,' is about to come out.

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