April 15, 2020

Lydia Denworth: The Science and Psychology of Friendship

Lydia Denworth: The Science and Psychology of Friendship

Lydia Denworth is a science journalist exploring the architecture, behavior and meaning behind life's most fundamental bond: friendship. Find out how your ability to make and maintain friends can impact your life, how changing schools can stunt a ...


Lydia Denworth is a science journalist exploring the architecture, behavior and meaning behind life's most fundamental bond: friendship. Find out how your ability to make and maintain friends can impact your life, how changing schools can stunt a child's personal development, what loneliness looks like in the brain and what scientists are doing to discover what digital communication does to remedy it, and much more.

 

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Lydia Denworth

I have always been a reader and a lover of words. As a child, my favorite way to spend the day was lying on my bed with a book. I still love that, though I get to do it far less often. I got hooked on the New Yorker and John McPhee in high school. I loved how McPhee could take almost anything and show you why it was interesting. Perhaps because of that, I only ever wanted to write non-fiction.