Robin Nabi

professor at UC Santa Barbara who studies persuasion, emotion, and health communication

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Memes can make people calmer, more content, and more confident in dealing with the pandemic, according to researchers Penn State and UC Santa Barbara.

COVID memes help us cope with pandemic-related stress, says UC Santa Barbara researcher

Memes can make people calmer, more content, and more confident in dealing with the pandemic, according to researchers Penn State and UC Santa Barbara.

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