Psychology

Total 33 Posts

Why Boris Johnson must stop talking about ‘good British common sense’.

5 min read
Telling the public lockdown rules are just good common sense is irresponsible.

Coronavirus: The psychological impact of ‘shielding’ indoors – and how to move on.

4 min read
Many people who are shielding during the coronavirus pandemic will need help to step forward and reclaim life.

As states reopen, tensions flare between the rule followers and rule breakers.

5 min read
The divide transcends partisan bickering. Some people really do recoil at the imposition of strict rules, while others become anxious when rules are not followed.

School reopening — No, Government doesn’t really care about poor children’s education.

22 min read
Totally buried under the Dominic Cummings story is Boris Johnson’s decision to reopen schools on 1 June despite advice now by both SAGE and Independent SAGE that it would be a mistake to do so.

Complying with lockdown does become harder over time – Here is why.

4 min read
Was the government correct to think that adherence would fall over time? Perhaps.

A world of Zoombies: What it means, really.

2 min read
The increase of Zoom calls and “the rise of the Zoombies” during the coronavirus pandemic should be celebrated, not mourned.

Coronavirus: How times of crisis reveal our emotional connection with strangers.

4 min read
The psychology behind a sense of togetherness during the pandemic.
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