A week during COVID-19: Online social interactions are associated with greater connection and more stress


Journal article


Maureen Tibbetts, Adam Epstein-Shuman, Matthew R. Leitao, Kostadin Kushlev
Computers in Human Behavor, 2021


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APA
Tibbetts, M., Epstein-Shuman, A., Leitao, M. R., & Kushlev, K. (2021). A week during COVID-19: Online social interactions are associated with greater connection and more stress. Computers in Human Behavor.

Chicago/Turabian
Tibbetts, Maureen, Adam Epstein-Shuman, Matthew R. Leitao, and Kostadin Kushlev. “A Week during COVID-19: Online Social Interactions Are Associated with Greater Connection and More Stress.” Computers in Human Behavor (2021).

MLA
Tibbetts, Maureen, et al. “A Week during COVID-19: Online Social Interactions Are Associated with Greater Connection and More Stress.” Computers in Human Behavor, 2021.