Called Out For Wearing a Mask? You're Not Alone. What May Be Driving This Kind of Pandemic Aggression
Legacy of Masks Will be Debated Long After COVID-19 Pandemic: Experts
Why Are So Many British Columbians Still Wearing Masks Indoors?
Managing Mental Health as Pandemic Restrictions Ease
Here's How to Cope with Anxiety as COVID-19 Restrictions are Lifted Across Canada
I Wrote the Book on Pandemic Psychology. Post-Covid Will Take Some Getting Used To
How You Can Take Back Control in This Never-ending Pandemic
Is There Another Reason Biden Likes Boosters?
How the Pandemic has Rewired Our Brains
‘No one wanted to read’ his book on pandemic psychology – then Covid hit
COVID-19 Mental Health Long Haulers
The Era of Covid Ambivalence: What Do We Do as Normalcy Returns but Delta Surges?
4 ways to have a positive experience when engaging with social media
Some people finding personal growth in pandemic gloom: study
'Game changer': COVID-19 pandemic may have lifelong impact for some, B.C. psychologist says
Violent public outbursts and unruly behavior may keep some from reentering society—but likely not for long, experts say
Entering post-COVID world sparks anxiety for some, but uneasiness is normal reaction: experts
CMHF’s Men’s Health Month Targets Mental Health
‘Hygiene Theatre’ Helps People Feel Safe During COVID-19, Says Psychologist
The Latest on Coronavirus Outbreak for May 21
Many Long for Taste of Pre-Pandemic Normalcy. Here’s Why Others Can’t Bear to Think of It
Numbers Won’t Tell Us When the Pandemic is Over
‘No Masks for the Vaccinated’: What the Latest US Mask Guidance Means
Why Our Public Memory is Key to Post-Pandemic Recovery
The psychology of post-pandemic life — why you might feel anxious about re-entry
Regina researcher Gordon Asmundson discusses reasons behind anti-mask attitudes
Report recommends prioritizing physical activity in the context of the pandemic
'Cave syndrome': Why some people may choose to stay home even after COVID-19 ends
UBC experts on COVID-19
Why B.C.'s summer of renewal likely won't look the same for everyone
As end of COVID-19 comes into focus, are we ready to party yet?
Timeline of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Canada
A Phenomenon Called Psychological Reactance Might Help Explain the Mindset of Anti-Maskers
Protections for Borrowers Affected by the COVID-19 Emergency Under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Regulation X
No, OCD in a Pandemic Doesn’t Necessarily Get Worse with all that Extra Handwashing
COVID-19: Has ‘FOGO’ Got You No-Go? Here’s What You Can Do About a Fear of Going Out
Why pandemic fatigue makes it harder to follow restrictions right now
Belligerent behaviour builds up across B.C.
DEMAND FOR EVENTS TO BE STRONGER POST-PANDEMIC
Post-Vaccine, Your Body Is Safer, but Your Mind Can’t Catch Up
Coronavirus: University of Regina Professor Exploring Impact on Mental Health
Here’s a Look at How Sask. Has Handled Pandemics in the Past
Youth Hit Hardest by Rising Mental Health Crisis
Epson Predicts ‘Roaring 20s’ Era of Post-Covid Events
How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Affecting Mental Health
After COVID: Will We Ever Hug Again?
When Anti-Maskers Melt Down and Lash Out
COVID-19: One Year Later — From fear to fatigue and pandemic perceptions
Green shoots of hope for a pandemic-free summer in Canada, but leaders urge caution
Pandemic's psychological toll likely to soon lift
B.C. isn't set up to cope with post-pandemic demand for mental health support, psychologist fears
B.C. Residents Least Likely to Follow COVID-19 Restrictions, Poll Finds
Focus BC: Guns and Gang Violence, Pandemic Fatigue
‘Be Kind to Yourself’: Experts’ Tips on Coping with Lockdown Stress
How You’re Doing: The Pandemic’s Impact on Mental Health
‘Coronaphobia’ Is a Real Health Threat Say Experts
‘Pandemic burnout’ on rise as latest Covid lockdowns take toll
We May Never Eliminate COVID-19. But We Can Learn to Live With It
How has the stress from a difficult year changed your brain and what can you do about it?
'People Will Bounce Back': How COVID-19 Parallels Past Pandemics
'Coronaphobia': Covid anxiety has a name. Here’s how to cope
Organizations, experts address increased physical inactivity during pandemic ‘Coronaphobia’: Covid anxiety has a name. Here’s how to cope
Super Bowl 55: NFL fans blatantly disregard social distancing, mask measures as crowds flock to stadium
What Are The Psychological Implications Of The COVID-19 Crisis?
COVID-fatigued British Columbians need specifics, not vague advice
The Pandemic Is Creating A Tsunami Of Mental Health Problems: Here Is What You Can Do As Of Today
Nutrition and Stress: A Two-way Street
Shock Therapy: Curfew to Curtail COVID-19 Spread Might Just Worsen Public Mental Health Morale
Anxious, tired and looking to the future: British Columbians mark one year of COVID in our midst
Uncertainty and fear remain on the one year anniversary of B.C.’s first COVID-19 case
How to talk to your friends and family about Covid, vaccines and wearing masks
Sask. Anxiety, Depression Rates Higher During COVID-19: Researchers
New Year’s Resolution Tips for 2021: Focus on Getting to the End of COVID-19
Here's why everyone is putting up Christmas lights so early this year
Pfizer vaccine sceptics ‘looming problem’ for coronavirus - doctor warns Brits to take jab
Hesitancy Over a COVID-19 Vaccine May Threaten Public Health
No More Applause: Healthcare Workers Now Being Shunned During COVID-19
COVID-19 Means Leaders Must Work to Become Even More Decent
How to Boost Your Mental Health Over the Holidays
COVID-19: B.C. Public Hitting Pandemic Fatigue Eight Months into Crisis
Clinical Psychologist: Why People Panic Buy and Why It’s Important
Steven Taylor Talks About His Book ‘The Psychology of Pandemics,’ Published Months Before the COVID-19 Outbreak
Winter Weather, Holidays And Coronavirus Hoarding - A Recipe For More Product Shortages?
'Facebook warriors': A pandemic of hoaxes undermining efforts to stop COVID-19
COVID-19 panic buying: Toilet paper, essentials fly off shelves again
Coronavirus: How can society thrive post-pandemic?
'I'm tired too': Health officials plead for Sask. residents to follow guidelines.
Expert reminding you to prioritize mental health ahead of winter.
COVID-19: The unprecedented toll the pandemic is taking on mental health.
Pandemic panic buying: Shelves again wiped clean of toilet paper.
Psychopandemic? Steven Taylor, professor & clinical psychologist at the University of British Columbia.
A coronavirus vaccine is almost ready. But will you take it?
Some will need convincing to get COVID vaccine: psychologist.
More than half of North Americans experiencing moderate to severe 'COVID stress': U of R survey shows.
More Than 200 Days In, COVID-19 is Taking a Psychological Toll, and That’s Entirely Normal
Enlist, Encourage Youngsters to Spread Public Health Messaging to Peers, Experts Say
Front-Line Workers, COVID-19 Patients Find Gratitude, Resilience this Thanksgiving
COVID-19’s Multipronged Attack on Mental Health
Plenty to be thankful for in COVID-19 times, says psychologist.
Coronavirus: The possible long-term mental health impacts.
COVID-19 stress affecting many people: U of R professor.
COVID stress syndrome: 5 ways the pandemic is affecting mental health.
COVID fatigue impacting current behaviours, says psychologist.
Cheering From Afar: Study Illustrates Public’s Concerns Over Contact with Healthcare Workers
New COVID-19 Stigma: Widespread Shunning of Healthcare Workers
What Happens if B.C. Re-Enters a COVID Lockdown? Psychologist Says We’ll Be OK
COVID-19 is the Worst Nightmare Come True for Those Battling OCD and Hypochondria
How to Tell if Your Child is Experiencing Back-to-School Anxiety and How to Help
Smile…With your Eyes. How Face Masks Made Us Rethink Communication.
Here’s why panic buying happens - and how it will go digital as the threat of a second lockdown looms.
Health Care Workers Face Stigmatization During Pandemic: Study
How COVID-19 Energized a New Crop of Political Activists, Community Advocates
Temperature Checks and ‘Deep Cleaning’ Aren’t Goof at Stopping Coronavirus. So Why Do We Bother?
Opinion/Cosimini: Masks Affect Physical and Psychological Well-Being
B.C. Study Finds 25% of People Think Health-Care Workers Shouldn’t Be Out in Public
Benefits to Hygiene Theatre? Experts Say All-Encompassing Approach Needed
COVID-19: Temperature Checks are Inaccurate and Ineffective. Why Bother?
B.C. is No Longer a Model for COVID-19 Prevention – and Getting Back to That Stage is Not Guaranteed
How parents can identify anxiety warning signs as students return to school.
One in three people avoiding health care workers during pandemic.
Some people use fear, avoidance to discriminate against health-care workers, study suggests.
COVID-related anxiety is common, but many are learning to overcome it, says psychologist.
U of R Professor Launches Website for People Struggling with Mental Health as a Result
In the Midst of the Pandemic, Academics are Fighting a Rising ‘Infodemic’
How Psychology Can Explain Pushback Against Mandatory Masks
While a Majority of People in B.C. Support Wearing Masks, Those Who Won’t Are Steadfast
Masks Stop Coronavirus. Getting AIDS Showed Me the Stupidity of Not Wearing Them
The Mental Toll of COVID-19, and the Doctor Who Saw It Coming
Mask Hysteria: The Psychology Behind Refusal to Wear Face Coverings
COVID-Stress Syndrome: What it is and why it matters.
Coronaphobia.org: Wealth of mental health resources for public & health-care professionals.
COVID-19: Why psychological barriers may impede progress during the pandemic.
The COVID Stress Scales
Going Stir-Crazy? Here’s Why You Feel the Need to Hit the Road
‘Optimism Tinged with Anxiety’: What to Expect from the Next 100 Days of COVID-19, According to Experts
Why Some People Wear Face Masks – And Others Don’t
Even When COVID-19 is Beaten, the Stress and Depression of the Pandemic Will Still be With Us. How Do We Recover?
The Psychology of Inoculation: How Many Will Take a Coronavirus Vaccine?
Where Has All the Toilet Paper Gone?
The Struggle with Social Distancing and Lockdown Rules: Why Some People Just Won’t Comply
Quarantine Nation: Inside the Lockdown That Will Change Canada Forever
Mental Illness Will Be the ‘Next Wave’ of COVID-19 Pandemic, Epidemiologist Says
Denying the Reality of the Coronavirus Has Made It More Dangerous for Everyone
Warning: The Long-Term Impact of Stress During and After a Pandemic
Don’t Worry, You’ll (Probably) Stop Yelling at Your TV After the Pandemic
People Who Claim to Have Coronavirus and Spit, Cough on Victims Face Variety of Charges
Trauma Survivors May Already Have the Tools to Cope (and Help Others Cope) Through the Pandemic
One Hour @ UBC Lecture Series
The New Cringeworthy
About 20% of people in recent survey said they wouldn't take COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID-19’s Other Symptom? Viral Misinformation.
People Have Found a Way to Cope with Pandemic Fears: Watching ‘Contagion’
Some People Just Won’t Stay Home During a Pandemic. Here are Some Reasons That May Explain Why
Coronavirus Fears Have Emptied Supermarket Shelves. Are You Panic-Buying?
Hot Baths Don’t Prevent Coronavirus, and Any Race Can Get It, Experts Debunking Rumors Say
The Coronavirus Outbreak Has Prompted People Around the World to Panic Buy Toilet Paper. Here’s Why
The Psychology Behind Why Toilet Paper, Of All Things, Is the Latest Coronavirus Panic Buy
Why Coronavirus is Leading to Mass Purchase of Toilet Papers
The Psychology Behind Panic Buying (and What We Can Do to Resist It)
Weekly Line: The Psychology Behind COVID-19 Panic Buying
Why Is Toilet Paper Vanishing from Supermarkets?
Coronavirus Fears Spark Panic-Buying Across U.S.
Panic-Buying During Coronavirus Pandemic Will Only Help Spread Disease, B.C. Expert Warns
What’s the Deal with Toilet Paper Selling Out So Quickly Amid Coronavirus?
Coronavirus: People Must Prepare for Mental Toll of Self-Isolation, Psychologist Warns
The Real Reason People Are Panic-Buying Toilet Paper
Coronavirus Fears: Why Are People Hoarding Toilet Paper?
Why Are People Buying So Much Toilet Paper? Will Supplies Run Out? Here Are Some Answers
Top Psychologist Says Britons Must Rediscover the ‘Blitz Spirit’ to Cope with Weeks or Even Months of Self-Isolation Without Succumbing to ‘Cabin Fever’
It’s a World Gone Mad – For Toilet Paper
Tips for Managing Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Real Reason People Are Buying So Much Water
Coronavirus: Surviving Social Distancing
What Do You Tell Someone Who Still Won’t Stay Home?
Wiped Clean: Why the Run on Toilet Paper? An Anthropological Perspective
Commentary: TP Shortage Is the Tip of the Iceberg
Supermarkets Limit Product Quantities All the Time: Why Didn’t They Do So at the Start of the Pandemic?
How a Contagion Affects Human Psychology
Coronavirus: Pandemic Psychologist Explains Lavatory Roll Panic
Why People Are Panic-Buying Toilet Paper During the Coronavirus Crisis: Pandemic Experts Says Heightened Sense of Disgust at Dirt and Germs During Outbreaks Fuels the Behaviour
Amid COVID-19 Panic, B.C. Psychologist Urges Shoppers to Not Clear Out Grocery Stores
Not Thinking Straight? What Happens to Our Minds During a Pandemic
B.C. Businesses and Shoppers Juggle Preparing For and Panicking Over COVID-19
Australian Stores Ration Toilet Paper Amid Coronavirus Panic Buying
‘Herd Effect’: Social Media Images of Empty Shelves Fuelling Panic Buying Over Coronavirus, Says Prof
The Reason Costco Won’t Let You Return Toilet Paper Right Now
The Reason Costco Won’t Let You Return Toilet Paper Right Now
What are Your Self-Quarantine Essentials?
Why We Waited So Long To Take The Coronavirus Seriously
Officials encourage public to stay calm.
Maintaining mental health and mindfulness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Risk of coronavirus remains low in Sask., but fearful patients could fill hospitals: psychologist.
'Make rational decisions' as COVID-19 fears grow says psychology prof.
COVID-19 anxiety: How to handle your mental health during the pandemic.
Sask. Still Free of New Coronavirus, Many Residents’ Fears Unwarranted: SHA
‘Coronaphobia’ is Spreading in Canada, Professors Say
Insanity Over COVID-19 Inflicts Real Pain on Chinese-Owned businesses in Metro Vancouver
UBC Expert Answers Coronavirus (COVID-19) Questions
Health Authorities, Schools on North Shore Combat Coronavirus Fears
‘Walls Closing in’: Surviving Quarantine on a Luxury Cruise Ship
Coronavirus Rumor Mill Rampant with Bogus News
Health Officials ‘Confident’ First Case of Coronavirus Has Been Found in B.C.
Facts vs. Fear: Experts Offer Advice on Keeping Calm During Coronavirus Outbreak
‘Some Degree of Concern is Reasonable’: UBC Psychologist on Coronavirus Fears in Metro Vancouver