Reactions to COVID-19: Differential Predictors of Distress, Avoidance, and Disregard for Social DistancingTAGS: pandemics, covid-19, social distancing ·
Authored By: Steven Taylor, Caeleigh A. Landry, Michelle M. Paluszek, and Gordon J. G. Asmundson
Individuals’ beliefs about COVID-19 fall on a spectrum. On one end of the spectrum, people may display excessive fear responses (i.e., over-responses). Equally important, and existing on the other end of the spectrum, individuals may downplay the significance of COVID-19 (i.e., under-responses). Over-responses to COVID-19...
Negative attitudes about facemasks during the COVID-19 pandemic: The dual importance of perceived ineffectiveness and psychological reactanceTAGS: pandemics, covid-19 ·
Authored by: Steven Taylor & Gordon J. G. Asmundson
Drinking to cope with the pandemic: The unique associations of COVID-19-related perceived threat and psychological distress to drinking behaviors in American men and womenTAGS: pandemics, covid-19 ·
Authored by: Lindsey M. Rodriguez, Dana M. Litt, & Sherry H. Stewart
A Pro-Active Approach for Managing COVID-19: The Importance of Undertanding the Motivational Roots of Vaccination Hesitancy for SARS-CoV2TAGS: pandemics, covid-19, vaccine ·
Authored By: Steven Taylor, Caeleigh A. Landry, Michelle M. Paluszek, Rosalind Groenewoud, Geoffrey S. Rachor, and Gordon J. G. Asmundson
Vaccination hesitancy is when someone is hesitant or unwilling to get vaccinated against disease, and is a major threat to global health. We see problems with vaccination hesitancy every year for the seasonal flu, and it was also a problem...
TAGS: pandemics, covid-19 ·
Authored by: Sara J Bartel & Sherry H. Stewart