Towards a Globally Collaborative Behavioral Science: An Organizational Approach from Pandemic Psychology

N. Pontus Leander*, Edward Lemay, Bertus F. Jeronimus, Anita C. Keller, Max Agostini, Jocelyn J. Belanger, Jannis Kreienkamp, Maja Kutlaca, Anne Margit Reitsema, Jolien van Breen, Caspar J. van Lissa, Michelle vanDellen, Wolfgang Stroebe, Solomiia Myroniuk Myroniuk, Yasin Koc, Joshua Krause, Kees van Veen, Georgios Abakoumkin, Jamilah Hanum Abdul Khaiyom, Vjollca AhmediHandan Akkas, Carlos A Almenara, Anton Kurapov, Mohsin Atta, S. Cigdem Bagci, Sima Basel, Berisha Kida, Anna Bertolini, Nicholas Buttrick, Phatthanakit Chobthamkit, Hoon-Seok Choi, Mioara Cristea, Sara Csaba, Kaja Damnjanovic, Ivan Danyliuk, Arobindu Dash, Daniela Di Santo, Karen M. Douglas, Violeta Enea, Daiane Faller, Gavan J. Fitzsimons, M.J. Gelfand, Alexandra Gheorghiu, Ángel Gómez, Qing Han, Mai Helmy

*Bijbehorende auteur voor dit werk

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The PsyCorona collaboration is a research project to examine processes involved in the COVID-19 pandemic, such as behavior that curbs virus transmission, which may implicate social norms, cooperation, and self-regulation. The study also examines psychosocial consequences of physical distancing strategies and societal lockdown, such as frustration of psychological and social needs, economic stressors, relationship strains, prejudice, psychological stress, and deteriorating mental health (e.g., Brooks et al., 2020). Related consequences were observed in past epidemics such as the 1918 flu pandemic (Dolan, 2020; Honigsbaum, 2019; Jeronimus, 2020). A global collaboration allows us to study the role of culture, and to make generalizable predictions on societal responses to virus infections.
Originele taal-2English
Aantal pagina's4
TijdschriftInternational Journal of Behavioral Development
Volume2
Nummer van het tijdschrift78
StatusPublished - 1-nov-2020

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