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How to Battle Zoom Fatigue

How video chat entered the uncanny valley of sociality in the pandemic

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A new research paper from Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, and his team looks at Zoom fatigue from a psychological perspective. They narrowed it down to four main factors: 1) excessive eye contact, 2) constantly seeing oneself on video, 3)…




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