Questionnaires about living with Corona

Living in viral times

The corona crisis is affecting our everyday life in an unprecedented way. In addition to the efforts of science to get the virus under control medically and epidemiologically as well as economically, there are first projects that are also researching the effects on other areas of life. How does the crisis affect work and family life, mental health, consumption, eating and shopping habits, social cohesion or expectations towards politics and administration?

 


Join in CitizenScience projects of our Leibniz colleagues:

 

The Citizen Science project "Living with Corona" by Prof. Dr. Tilman Brück from the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops and ISDC - International Security and Development Center is researching life in times of the corona virus pandemic. The study is available at https://lebenmitcorona.org/

 

 
At the Social Science Research Center Berlin, several researchers want to find out how the corona virus has changed the everyday life of people in Germany in a short period of time with regard to their work situation and family life. The online study can be found at corona-alltag.de

 

 

An international study led by the EU Horizon2020 project DynaMORE (www.dynamore-project.eu) in cooperation with the Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research (www.lir-mainz.de) is currently researching the psychological mechanisms that can promote mental coping with this crisis. The study of the research network is already available in English and German (bit.ly/DynaCORE-C; bit.ly/DynaCORE-C-GER) and is currently being translated by an international team of scientists into 20 other languages, including Italian, Spanish, French and Chinese. The results will provide a valuable knowledge base for dealing with perhaps the greatest challenge facing the world community for many decades.

 

 

#ScienceAtHome

Many LIN employees are in the home office because of the current situation. We collect and publish pictures of LIN scientists with the tag #ScienceAtHome.

 

 

 

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