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Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Social Roles and Emotions while Working from Home

  title={Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Social Roles and Emotions while Working from Home},
  author={Samuel C. Nolan and Shakila Khan Rumi and Christoph Anderson and Klaus David and Flora Dilys Salim},
In the opening months of 2020, COVID-19 changed the way for which people work, forcing more people to work from home. This research investigates the impact of COVID-19 on five researchers' work and private roles, happiness, and mobile and desktop activity patterns. Desktop and smartphone application usage were gathered before and during COVID-19. Individuals' roles and happiness were captured through experience sampling. Our analysis show that researchers tend to work more during COVID-19… 
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