Get involved in new research on emotional responses to COVID-19 announcements
A team of organisational psychologists from DCU Business School and Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick have teamed up to conduct a study of emotional and behavioural responses in people after ministerial broadcasts about the COVID-19 pandemic in Ireland.
You can get involved by signing up to become a participant in the research.
Over the coming weeks, the researchers will ask participants to complete a survey after ministerial broadcasts regarding changes to the changes to the restrictions that have been put in place. They will ask for your emotional and behavioural responses to this, as well as some information about participants, their health and their experience of COVID-19 crisis. Each survey will take 7-10 minutes to complete.
Adults (age 18+) living in Ireland are invited to take part. Participation in this study is completely voluntary and participants can withdraw from this study at any time without prejudice or penalty. In order to withdraw, simply stop completing the questions.
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