Feeling lonely? You're probably not alone

12/2/2009 | TIME (subscription required)

A lonely person can start to treat others negatively, causing the person to be "pushed to the fringes" and lose connections, according to research from neuroscience and social science. The report in the the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology shows that loneliness also can be infectious, like a disease, Alice Park writes.

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