PsyCorona Study

  • Michelle vanDellen (Recipient)
  • Pontus Leander (Recipient)
  • Jocelyn Belanger (Recipient)
  • Cristea, M. (Member)

Activity: Other


The PsyCorona study is a multinational collaboration that aims to identify psychological and cultural factors that may be relevant to the virus spread and its imminent social and material consequences. The first survey includes brief measures to assess topic-relevant beliefs, fears and frustrations, subjective states, control and efficacy, values and needs, reasoning, and behavioural self-reports.
The survey can be found at has a built-in longitudinal component as well as a broader data science mission involving metadata.
Period23 Mar 202030 Nov 2022
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • COVID-19
  • trust in government
  • prosocial behaviours
  • conspiracy beliefs

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Social Psychology