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Cancelled — Murrow Minds Research Colloquium: Dr. Kory Floyd, University of Arizona “The Importance of Being Prosocial”

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About the event

Hello! Our guest is sick and will not be able to give the talk for today’s event.

This presentation explains the connection between interpersonal communication and the health of individuals and relationships. Dr. Kory Floyd of the University of Arizona has spent two decades exploring how prosocial communication, such as the expression of affection, benefits physical and mental health and the stability of close relationships. He will describe how positive, intimate communication contributes to personal and interpersonal wellness and how individuals can use this information to maximize well-being in their own lives and relationships.About Murrow Minds Research Colloquium

About Murrow Minds Research Colloquium

Murrow Minds Research Colloquium features research presentations by Murrow researchers and invited guests. Each colloquium will feature a 40-minute research presentation followed by 20 minutes of questions and discussion.


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