Here’s how isolation affects people’s social interaction, especially amid Covid

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The findings of a new Cornell University research suggested that female mice exhibit a strong drive to socialise with other females following periods of acute isolation, significantly increasing their production of social calls that are akin to human emotional vocalisations.

The researchers, whose study was published in PLOS ONE, said their…

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