Psychology professor writes on self-isolation
In this time of Coronavirus-induced social distancing and quarantine circumstances, many people across the country have been forced many spend a lot of time alone, a phenomenon that has raised some mental health implications.
Dr. Jarid Goodman, assistant professor of psychology, has used his Forgotten Psychology blog to explore the past experiments that have been done by social scientists and even the CIA on the psychological effects of social isolation.
To read Dr. Goodman’s article “5 Forgotten (and ethically questionable) Studies on Social Isolation,” click on the below link:
Dr. Goodman has been a Department of Psychology faculty member at Delaware State University since 2018. His major focus of study are the neurobiology of memory and emotion using imaging and virtual reality.
He is also affiliated with the Delaware Center for Neuroscience Research.