Scientists spoke about the expansion of the boundaries of personal space people
American scientists from the University of Chicago found that people who feel lonely, they prefer to keep others at a distance, expanding the boundaries of personal space. This was reported in an article published in the journal PLOS One.
The study involved nearly 600 people. Experiments have shown that single people often don’t admit to themselves even the closest people. The feeling of loneliness only increases the desire for a certain social self-defense, making the person even more to limit personal space.
While this alone could be considered including those who had regular partners and close friends, adding “Federal news Agency”.
Earlier in July, scientists from Cambridge University (UK) concluded that genes have a direct impact on whether people suffer from loneliness.