The crisis of COVID-19 calls for solutions to not only manage our response to the health emergency but also how we manage the individual and collective psychological response to crises.
Insights from social psychology research help reduce panic, promote positive identity and stimulate cooperation and collaboration.
This resource has been created by a team of leading experts to supply institutions, the media, academics, students and the general public with powerful perspectives drawn from social psychology research that can inform crises such as COVID-19.
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- Our work on COVID-19
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