A new study published in Computers in Human Behavior looked at the psycho-physiological responses of people composing emails and voice mails — thinking that the latter would prompt more emotion and arousal. Au contraire: It was the computer correspondence that made the heart go pitter-patter.
Read more about the study in my new article for my new job at Lifezette.com.
How E-Romantic: Young lovers prefer email (who knew)?
Published by Alexa Lardieri
I am a reporter and digital producer for the Civic section of U.S. News & World Report, where I write about breaking news. I came to U.S. News in 2016 as a researcher and writer for the Rankings and Reviews section and in 2017, joined the news team, where I helped launch America 2020. I have previously worked for LifeZette.com as a reporter and social media specialist and was an editor for several outlets at my alma mater. I am a graduate of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park. You can follow me on Twitter (@arlardieri) and Facebook (/AlexaRLardieri) or connect with me on LinkedIn (/in/alexa-lardieri).
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