Coronavirus and Social Isolation: How to Cope

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The spread of COVID-19 has caused added stress for many. Those practicing social distancing may feel isolated from others, gig economy workers are worried about their exposure risk, and low income individuals are worried about their jobs. Alison Miller from the University of Michigan School of Public Health addresses methods for alleviating stress and who may be most vulnerable to these added stressors.

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In This Episode

Alison MillerAlison Miller

Associate Professor, Health Behavior & Health Education

Alison Miller is a developmental psychologist who studies risk and resilience in children and families. She studies basic developmental processes, including self-regulation of emotions, sleep, eating behavior, and neuroendocrine stress responses in young children. Learn more.

 

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