1 in 4 students in lonely... A new GEMH lab blog! https://t.co/F6hiqPXoT1
Student life is regularly considered as one of the best periods in your life. It usually takes place in vivid and dynamic environments, with lots of opportunities to connect to others, to hang out on the campus or in bars, to play sports together, to go on cultural outings, to exchange ideas, opinions and so on. This provides students with various opportunities for making friends. In fact, one never has to be alone and one could suppose that there is no reason for students to feel lonely. However, that is not what a recent survey on our Radboud campus tells us… One out of four students feels lonely!
@gemh_lab's Babet Halberstadt discusses the challenges navigating loneliness, and not just around the holidays. Com… https://t.co/3ryZsagLRR
Loneliness, a frenemy with lessons: @gemh_lab 's own Ken Koontz being his usual open, awesome self. https://t.co/0eYhj2kDfl
Share your story and join the conversation on loneliness at https://t.co/6A2fH2cjhq
GEMH Lab - Theme Month December - Loneliness | GEMH Lab https://t.co/llqgxVnfzg
GEMH Lab - Theme Month December - Loneliness | GEMH Lab https://t.co/llqgxV5EHI
It makes me feel comfortable knowing that I can be by myself and enjoy that time on my own, however when I start to frequently choose to be by myself rather than join others out and about am I being self confident or retreating into loneliness?
@PeteEtchells Yes! Thank you for taking this critique to the public. The methodological shenanigans in this paper w… https://t.co/kKpVPypH0r
"The verbs we need to learn in games are all to do with social reasoning, not spatial reasoning." @GEMH_lab https://t.co/BSLvPO7pm4