The Virtual Communication Habits of Satisfied & Unsatisfied Physically-Distancing Toronto Couples

Name: Julia Sebastien Collaborators: Hannah Mugford, Ramsha Babar, Amanda Keto, Sugirtha Ravindrarathna Year & Program: 3rd year Psychology Project Type: Empirical Study

Name: Julia Sebastien
Collaborators: Hannah Mugford, Ramsha Babar, Amanda Keto, Sugirtha Ravindrarathna
Year & Program: 3rd year Psychology
Project Type: Empirical Study

2 thoughts on “The Virtual Communication Habits of Satisfied & Unsatisfied Physically-Distancing Toronto Couples

  1. Great poster! It’s awesome to see an examination of how a virtual social presence has been affecting couples during COVID-19. It seems like both the physically distancing couples and long distance couples increased their virtual social presence during COVID-19. Would you be open to sending the full paper to me? elizabethlisaliu1@gmail.com. Thanks!

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    1. Hi there, Elizabeth! Thank you so much for your reply. Yes it was interesting to see that our prediction (about compensating for physical co-presence deprivations with more virtual social presence) panned out, and it was especially cool to see if/how these couples might differ– I was a QAGCR myself over the Summer, and wondered if my situation might be different from couples who are seasoned professionals at being long distance, and who probably don’t social distance in person that much; I will actually be investigating if/how the degree to which people social distance might make a difference between QAGCRs’ couples satisfaction for another poster project. Since there are so many facets of the data to explore, there is no finished manuscript yet but I will be sure to notify you if/when there is one! Thanks again for your interest and your comments! Feel free to reach out anytime julia.a.sebastien@gmail.com

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