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USF psychologists report uptick in online disinhibition

Social distancing has moved almost all in-person interactions online, which may be leading to more productive therapy sessions. USF psychologists are noticing more instances of online disinhibition. The behavior is similar to when you share a car ride and speak more freely since you’re not looking at anyone face-to-face.

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USF recognizes faculty, staff and students for their contributions to the community in helping those impacted by COVID-19.

May 13, 19500彩票专业版University News

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USF COVID-19 rapid response research effort funds second round of pandemic projects

The University of South Florida’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants program is investing in 14 additional faculty research projects that would advance new medical interventions to detect and stop infections, develop innovations in personal protective equipment, and address fear and confusion in communities particularly vulnerable to the virus.

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