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Lockdown Nostalgia

I know that most people are by now craving a bit of normality. Being able to do the things they loved doing before March, meeting up with people, going out for meals, travelling. And of course I do too – looking at photos from last year makes…

Published by The School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen

I'm a Frustrated Swimmer!

I'm a frustrated swimmer. Suddenly, after 10 years, my daily training came to an abrupt halt 32 days ago when the pool shut. I'm counting the days and soon I will be counting the weeks, with a sad sigh of longing.

Of course whenever one complains about these things, there…

Published by The School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen

Brits, Queues and Covid-19

Brits are born with a special gene that enables them to form orderly queues. They are absolutely expert at it. On my former commute home (when “the commute” was still a thing) I would often walk past people waiting for the bus. No matter how many people there were, you…

Published by The School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen

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