How can social and behavioral research help policymakers and the public respond to #COVID19? @jayvanbavel shares insights from his efforts to curate the most relevant science on public health, safety messaging, and more. https://www.apa.org/monitor/2020/07/conversation-bavel?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=apa-monitor&utm_content=five-questions-van-bavel
#postdoc #academicjobs two postdocs (20 months) on social psychology of COVID or extreme danger at @univofstandrews, suitable for PhDs in Social Psychology. Closing date 10 August 2020. See link to apply. @easpinfo
Want to do research on the social psychology oif the pandemic? Or on how people respond to extreme danger? We have two post-docs available in St. Andrews:
Great research team
"Solidarity is a huge predictor of wellbeing and resilience. It's that concern for each other that's going to get us through this."
Professor @alexanderhaslam spoke to @triplejHack.
Read more: http://ow.ly/TvzN50AusjG
The British Journal of Social Psychology #BJSP has published a fantastic special issue on social psychological theory and research related to #COVID19. You can read our contribution @MikeyBiddlesto1 @Ricky_Green13 and the other contributions here https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/bjso.12397
How do you convey information about the coronavirus in a way that will compel people to change their behavior?
I did a brief interview with the 538 podcast on misinformation, persuasion, social norms, and leadership during the pandemic.