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Lockdown may have lasting effects on friendships
Research conducted by the evolutionary psychologist Professor Dunbar at the University of Oxford has found that the strain on friendships during the lockdown could have some impacts on friendships.
Dunbar suggests that we need to see people often in order to maintain relationships, but he said that we can still activate many of the brain's pleasure centres online or when socially distancing through things such as singing, eating or playing games.
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