The EMOTIONS project: Social interactions and emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic
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Description: The EMOTIONS project aims to contribute to a better understanding of both decontextualized and momentary cognitive, emotional, and behavioral responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, it helps to uncover how these reactions are affected by stable interindividual-difference variables (e.g., personality traits) and the situational context (e.g., social interactions). The EMOTIONS project encompassed two large experience sampling studies, Study 1 (university students) and Study 2 (general population). Each study subsumed two 14-day ESM waves that took place before and during (Study 1) or during and after (Study 2) the first nationwide COVID-19 lockdown in Germany. If you are planning to use EMOTIONS data for your research, please provide brief information on yourself (and your fellow investigators), your research question(s), and the EMOTIONS data of interest via the following Google Survey: https://forms.gle/MDj6WceMcioq5eUt9 Moreover, once you have formally preregistered your research, we encourage you to link this preregistration with the EMOTIONS project OSF page. Both procedures will allow other investigators and us to keep an overview of all planned and ongoing research projects employing EMOTIONS data. Please cite as: Ryvkina, E., Kroencke, L., Geukes, K., Scharbert, J., & Back, M. D. (2023). Understanding psychological responses to the COVID-19 pandemic through ESM data: The EMOTIONS project. Journal of Open Psychology Data, 11(1), Article 6. https://doi.org/10.5334/jopd.83
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