UCL Covid-19 Social Study: Understanding the psychological & social impact of the pandemicISER External Seminars

The COVID-19 Social Study run by University College London is a large scale panel study, exploring the effects of the pandemic and social distancing measures on adults in the UK during the outbreak of COVID-19. This study commenced on 21st March 2020, involving online weekly data collection from participants on wide range of topics. In this talk, I will give an overview of the study, which might be useful for researchers and data analysts who are interested in using the data. Also, I will present some findings from our analyses focusing on behavioural and psychological measures, such as time-use, depression and anxiety.

Presented by:

Dr. Feifei Bu (Department of Behavioural Science and Health, UCL)

Date & time:

29 Jul 2020 11:30 am - 29 Jul 2020 12:30 pm


To join, please simply register by sending your name to s.beduk@essex.ac.uk Zoom Online Meeting ID: 987 9384 8088

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