Frontiers in Psychology

Psychology & Psychiatry

How COVID-19 changed people's morals

A new study has found that people "moralized" anti-social and non-compliant behaviors associated with the pandemic, such as failing to social distance from others or meeting with a friend in a park.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Perceptions shaped social behavior during the pandemic

The pandemic evoked fear of all kinds, much of it centered on how COVID-19 endangers people's physical health. But Penn psychologist Adrianna (Anna) Jenkins and MindCORE postdoctoral fellow Rista Plate wanted to understand ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

How to deal with unavoidable threats like that of the pandemic

In the past almost two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has subjected most of the world's population to unprecedented situations at big scales. Most people's freedom of movement was severely restricted for a long time, some people ...

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