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Stanford researchers identify four causes for ‘Zoom fatigue’ and their simple fixes: Nonverbal Overload: A Theoretical Argument for the Causes of Zoom Fatigue

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Prompted by the recent boom in videoconferencing, communication Professor Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab (VHIL), examined the psychological consequences of spending hours per day on platforms like Zoom.
It’s not just Zoom. Popular video chat platforms have design flaws that exhaust the human mind and body. But there are easy ways to mitigate their effects.
In the first peer-reviewed article that systematically deconstructs Zoom fatigue from a psychological perspective, published in the journal Technology, Mind and Behavior on Feb. 23, Bailenson has taken the medium apart and assessed Zoom on its individual technical aspects. He has identified four consequences of prolonged video chats that he says contribute to the feeling commonly known as "Zoom fatigue." (PDF-document, 6 p., 2021)

 

Keywords

United States of America, Digitalization, Consequence,

Language English
Contact Joy Leighton, School of Humanities and Sciences: joy.leighton@stanford.edu
Last modified 17.03.2021

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