10 lessons for dealing with a pandemic

8 July 2020

Researchers from the UQ School of Psychology have been involved in the response to COVID-19 in a multitude of ways.

In the recently published book Together Apart: The Psychology of COVID-19 they explain how group psychology has been, and will continue to be, of central importance in dealing with the pandemic.

The book is co-authored by Professors Alex Haslam and Jolanda Jetten from UQ, Professor Steve Reicher from the University of St Andrews, and Dr Tegan Cruwys from the Australian National University, with contributions from 24 international experts.

To whet your appetite, they have compiled a list for The Psychologist of their top 10 psychological lessons for how to understand and deal with COVID-19.

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