Psychology Behind Self-isolation

Psychology Self-isolation - Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 17th Apr, 2020 - 7:07am

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Can you handle being restricted to one place for a long period of time?
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Psychology Behind Self-isolation

Self-isolation or keep calm and carry on -- the plant cell's dilemma. Self-isolation in the face of a pandemic may save lives but it comes at the expense of life-sustaining essentials such as transport, communication and connectivity. New research suggests plants must balance similar trade-offs as they respond to pathogens. Source 1h.

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17th Apr, 2020 - 7:07am / Post ID: #

Self-isolation Psychology

From my humble point of view we are not plants, I think of some of the monks and tribes that self-isolate for long periods of time to get different outcomes, they are long from western society but still…





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