Daily predictors of distressing infection fears
About the study
This study is looking at how young people experience distressful worries and anxieties about becoming contaminated (in general and by Covid-19), and how relatives can support them throughout their daily lives.
What will it involve?
The study will involve completing a 2 short online surveys. Tracking your daily life infection fears and interactions with an identified key relative using an app for 7 days.
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