April 23, 2021
Technology News

‘Zoom fatigue’ brought into focus by Stanford study – Financial Times

Researchers at Silicon Valley’s Stanford University have confirmed what millions of remote workers already knew: “Zoom fatigue” causes greater stress than meeting in real life because of the “non-verbal overload” of endless video calls.
A study by Jeremy Bailenson, professor of communication and founding director of the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab, found that the underlying causes of Zoom fatigue include “excessive amounts of close-up eye gaze” and “increased self-evaluation from staring…

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