This OSF is a repository documenting the study and the analysis used in publications using the Blursday database.
The Blursday database assembles a broad range of behavioral tests and questionnaires designed to capture subjective time and related processes during confinement together with vital quantitative statistics such as sleep patterns, personality traits, and psychological well-being. The database contains data gathered from over 2800 participants (over 9 countries, 4 continents) tested on 14 questionnaires and 15 tasks during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns. It presents data in an easy-to-process and accessible format to facilitate its use by researchers interested in studying the effects of social isolation on temporal information processing, time perspective, decision-making, sleep, metacognition, psychological well-being, attention, self-perception and mindfulness...
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