Coping mechanisms and behaviours related to COVID-19

Project Details


COVID-19 has become a global pandemic and behavioural scientists are called to ensure that we understand the mechanisms of coping with isolation and also mechanisms of behaviours that constitute either risk factors for being infected (or spreading) the virus or consequences of risk behaviours (like lack of physical activity). The overall aim of the COVID-IMPACT project (Coping mechanisms and behaviours related to COVID-19) that is led by University of Cyprus ACT healthy laboratory and the University of Basel Division of Clinical Psychology and Intervention Science is to understand the psychological and behavioural aspects related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Short titleCOVID-19 IMPACT
Effective start/end date1/04/201/08/20


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