Silicon Valley has given us plenty of ways to connect with others remotely. But Chicago Booth’s Ayelet Fishbach says that those mediums aren’t perfect substitutes for face-to-face interaction, and may not be enough to stave off loneliness during a period of prolonged social distancing—particularly for those most at risk for loneliness to begin with.

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