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Collabra: Psychology (2024) 10 (1): 94291.
Published: 15 March 2024
... ranging from a lack of mutual pro-sociality to an endorsement of violence against an out-group. Our study tested whether mutual dehumanization and meta-dehumanization (the belief that we are being dehumanized by an out-group) occur between supporters and opponents of a COVID-19 vaccine. Using a diverse...
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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 90197.
Published: 21 December 2023
...Cristina Rodríguez-Prada; Miguel Burgaleta; Luis Morís Fernández; Miguel A. Vadillo; Salvador Soto-Faraco; Stefany Coxe The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on psychological well-being led to a proliferation of online psychological interventions, along with the publications of studies assessing...
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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 74793.
Published: 09 May 2023
...Cailin O’Connor; Daniel Relihan; Ashley Thomas; Peter H. Ditto; P. Kyle Stanford; James O. Weatherall; Yoel Inbar The COVID-19 pandemic created enormously difficult decisions for individuals trying to navigate both the risks of the pandemic and the demands of everyday life. Good decision making...
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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 74331.
Published: 28 April 2023
... pandemic. Preprints posted on PsyArXiv between two time periods in 2020 (March-April and May-December) with keywords related to “COVID-19” were sourced and their participant and author composition were assessed. Western and rich democracies were overrepresented in terms of authors and participants...
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Collabra: Psychology (2022) 8 (1): 37061.
Published: 27 July 2022
...Rui Sun; Carlotta Rieble; Yang Liu; Disa Sauter Humans are social beings, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, people around the world were periodically in lockdown and were required to try to physically distance themselves from others. The resultant limitation of face-to-face interactions presented...
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Collabra: Psychology (2021) 7 (1): 19525.
Published: 03 March 2021
...Caroline E. Balling; Skye C. Napolitano; Sean P. Lane; Douglas B. Samuel The COVID-19 pandemic provided a unique opportunity for quantifying the impact of Five Factor Model personality domains (i.e. neuroticism, extraversion, openness, agreeableness, and conscientiousness) and COVID-related...
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Collabra: Psychology (2021) 7 (1): 19028.
Published: 16 February 2021
... life. Emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic pose salient conflicts of interests between individual and societal welfare. One example is the run on many basic goods in anticipation of lockdowns. Such social dilemmas afford the expression of personality traits associated with individual differences...
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Collabra: Psychology (2020) 6 (1): 37.
Published: 24 July 2020
...Dunigan Folk; Karynna Okabe-Miyamoto; Elizabeth Dunn; Sonja Lyubomirsky; Brent Donnellan; Brent Donnellan In two pre-registered studies, we tracked changes in individuals’ feelings of social connection during the COVID-19 pandemic. Both studies capitalized on measures of social connection and well...
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Collabra: Psychology (2020) 6 (1): 36.
Published: 23 July 2020
...Yuki Yamada; Simine Vazire; Laura Scherer In the COVID-19 situation, social and behavioral science evidence is accumulating rapidly through online data collection, but the options to share and publish this information are scarce. As a remedy, I recommend the adoption of micropublishing...