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Here a selection of complimentary readings from our journals that we hope will provide some food for thought
The Psychology of Pandemics. A Selection of Readings
In an attempt to help in these unsettling times that are dominated by news – and, sadly, fake news – about coronavirus and the COVID-19 pandemic, our editorial team has put together a selection of peer-reviewed scientific literature for those who want to read some science and look at evidence.
Work-Life Balance in the Time of Corona
The editors of our Journal of Personnel Psychology have put together reading lists of articles published in the journal that readers may find relevant to life and work during the current coronavirus pandemic.
Read research on:
- Virtual or remote work
- Balancing work, life, and resources
- Working in health care
Physical Distancing and Emotional Closeness Amidst COVID-19
A guest editorial just released in our journal Crisis by Paul S.F. Yip and Pui Hing Chau draws on experience in Hong Kong during and after the 2003 SARS epidemic – what was learned then and how those lessons should be applied in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Get the latest research news on COVID-19
Our journals platform host Atypon has created a free, AI-driven, real-time feed to deliver corona virus research news as soon as it’s published – with the goal of helping practitioners and researchers get the latest facts and discoveries faster. Stay informed!