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The Many Shades of Loneliness
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Ami Rokach, Ph.D.
York University, Toronto, Canada.
Research Interests: loneliness; sexuality; couple and sex therapy; anxiety and phobias; traumatic experiences and personal growth; stress management and palliative care.
Department of Psychology，York University，Canada
Research Interests : boredom,loneliness,aging,willpower,critical psychology, history, and theory.
About This Topic
Loneliness has been termed the plague of the 21st century, and it is even more salient now that the world is facing COVID-19, which enhances such experiences of loneliness, alienation, and social disconnection. Loneliness, which has been around since man started to walk on this earth, is known to have cognitive, affective, spiritual and behavioral consequences, most of them negative.
This special issue is particularly interested in review of literature type articles, as well as empirical research ones. Manuscripts may address loneliness, the various kinds and manifestations, treatment approaches, social isolation and its consequences, and loneliness and how it affects health, social relationships, cognitive functioning, etc.
There is no page limit for articles submitting, but authors MUST ensure that the English language they were written in was checked by a person fluent in English, for otherwise they may be rejected. Additionally, we are seeking contributions from physicians, psychologists, social workers, philosophers, and others who may be involved in the understanding, treatment or assessment of loneliness.
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