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Emotional Appraisals Underlying Coronavirus Pandemic

I am Amanda Steele, and I am a graduate student in the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford. I am collaborating with Dr. Craig Smith of Vanderbilt University (USA) on a study examining how people are thinking, feeling, and dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. I am inviting you to take our completely anonymous survey through the link, below.

The entire survey should take about 20 minutes to complete, but could take longer, depending on how much you think about each question. In addition to taking the survey, we encourage you to pass it along to people you know (friends, acquaintances, family members, etc.) who you think might be interested in completing the survey.  They, too, can be encouraged to pass the survey on to others.  The only requirement for participation is that you are aged 18 years old or older. Through this survey, we hope to learn about how people are contending with the pandemic and the challenges it presents in a way that can help inform mental health professionals and self-help efforts in the future.

We are deeply grateful for your time and contribution during this particularly challenging time.

Complete the survey