The Impact of COVID-19 on People’s Social Connections and Interactions
About the study
The study aims to better understand how people manage feelings that may occur due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, the study is interested in people's experience of social technology during this time.
What will it involve?
The study involves answering short questions about managing certain emotions that may occur due to social distancing. Questions will also ask about use of social media and digital technology during social distancing.
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