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Who We Spend Time with Evolves Across Our Lifetimes

Who We Spend Time with Evolves Across Our Lifetimes

In adolescence we spend the most time with our parents, siblings, and friends; as we enter adulthood we spend more time with co-workers, partners, and children; and in our later years, we spend an increasing amount of time alone.

To understand how social connections evolve throughout our lives we look at survey data on how much time people spend with others, and who that time is spent with.

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