Surviving the pandemic with a healthy mind

Neuroscience for times of crisis — staying home

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The pandemic has impacted the whole world, and over the past year, we’ve all experienced significant changes in our professional and personal lives. It’s important to understand how these events impacted our mental health, how our brains perceived the situation, and what reactions occurred in times of crisis.




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