We’re learning more about why Zoom meetings —and videoconferences on similar platforms — can leave us drained.
Stanford University published the first peer-reviewed study on the pandemic-era phenomenon and found that people are constantly looking at each other directly and up close, which is behavior ordinarily reserved for close relationships. Also, nonverbal cues are harder to send and receive through video chats, and seeing yourself for extended periods of time and having limited mobility can become sources of stress. Researchers say their aim is “to isolate research areas for social scientists and to suggest design improvements for technologists.”
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