Dr. Samuel Veissière quoted in Washington Post
Spending the pandemic talking to yourself? If you live alone, you’re not alone.
…Samuel Veissière, an assistant professor of psychiatry at McGill University who has studied tulpamancy, suspects that during the pandemic, “a tulpamancer might be doing better than average because they’re used to being alone,” he says. “They’ve developed these coping mechanisms. They’re able to entertain themselves.”
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