A UBC Okanagan professor is sharing her findings on stress reduction and relationship maintenance, just in time for Valentine’s Day.“Obviously, many humans have been deprived of physical contact due to the pandemic,” said Dr.
Jessica Lougheed, a UBC Okanagan assistant professor.“But that doesn’t mean all is lost — it just means we need to find new ways of connecting to others and managing stress.” Coronavirus: UBC Okanagan school of nursing director reflects on 2020 Lougheed, an assistant professor of psychology in the Irving K Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, researches interpersonal emotion dynamics.“Stress is closely related to mood,” said Lougheed.“While people have different emotional responses to stress, it can increase
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