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What People Watched and Re-watched During the Pandemic: Notes from a Media Psych Research Lab

In this information session, Dr. Karen Shackleford and members of her media psychology research lab will discuss a current research project. In the project, the team is in the process of surveying adult Americans about their watching and re-watching habits during the pandemic and relating those habits to personality and media factors such as transportability, nostalgia and coping strategies. Dr. Shackleford and members of the lab will be there to talk about the experience of doing media psychology research at Fielding.

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