COVID-19 Research published in SBP

 

For researchers and psychologists these extraordinary times have also opened up many new questions and challenges in the behavioral sciences. Crucial research into the medical science of COVID-19 and the coronavirus is taking place at astonishing speed. And already, we are hearing of important research examining the psychological impacts of these rapidly changing situations. 

 

As SBP publishes research on COVID-19, the articles will be available as Open Access/CC BY-NC-ND.

 

Published articles to date:

Chae, M.-J. (2021). Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on sustainable consumption. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 49(6), e10199

Huang, Y., Yang, S., & Dai, J. (2021). Self- versus other-directed outcomes, Machiavellianism, and hypothetical distance in COVID-19 antipandemic messagesSocial Behavior and Personality: An international journal49(3), e10109.

Karakose, T., & Malkoc, N. (2021). Psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on medical doctors in Turkey. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 49(1), e9890

Zhao, L., Ding, X., & Yu, F. (2020). Public moral motivation during the COVID-19 pandemic: Analysis of posts on Chinese social mediaSocial Behavior and Personality: An international journal48(11), e9829.