BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE & WELLBEING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Curbing the Covid-19 pandemic required people to change their daily behaviours and limit social interactions in drastic ways. How did we adapt to such a big behavioural change and how have these changes affected our wellbeing in return?

 

To answer these questions, I led a study in which we collected multinational survey data from 1000s of people in 5 continents and 12 languages (Arabic, Bangla, German, English, Spanish, French, Hindi, Italian, Persian, Swedish, Turkish, Mandarin).

 

More info about this project is at our OSF page here.

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Collaborators

Ophelia Deroy (Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich)

Guillaume Dezecache (Université Clermont Auvergne, LAPSCO)​

Marwa El Zein (University College London)

Martha Newson (University of Kent)

Justin Sulik (Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich)

Yi Zhao (Indiana University)

Key Publications

  • Sulik, J., Deroy, O., Dezecache, G., Newson, M., Zhao, Y., Zein, M. El, & Tunçgenç, B. (2021). Facing the pandemic with trust in science. Nature Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, 1–10. doi: 10.1057/s41599-021-00982-9