If we look at the majority of psychological research on social belonging we see that it often is reduced to a minor type of emotion
Dissertation Results on: “How Social Identity Influences Social and Emotional Loneliness”. In my research, I tested whether or not individuals will evaluate their level of
happy individuals live an engaged life, meaning that they do not see themselves as passive bystanders, but as an active participant in the human experience.
By: Curtis Peterson © Recently I have been criticized for my views on loneliness, even though these views are deeply seated in current research on the
By: Curtis Peterson © This blog describes the historical development of the study of loneliness Early conceptions of loneliness associated the experience of loneliness with
By: Curtis Peterson © I have been asked a lot lately why I think a person’s social identity would reduce a person’s experience of loneliness.