Psychological consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in adults and children living in Greece: a longitudinal research

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Description: A longitudinal research on the psychological consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in adults and children living in Greece (starting date 01-04-2020; ongoing) The COVID-19 pandemic, its rapid spread and the unprecedented measures taken worldwide to reduce its spread have greatly affected our daily lives and have caused concern to many citizens. This nationwide research aims to explore how the coronavirus pandemic has affected our relationships, our behavior and our emotions, as well as those of our children (2-17 years-old). It also aims to monitor these effects over time as the pandemic progresses, but also after its recession. We study the different ways in which people cope with this unprecedented situation, as well as the psychological characteristics that make us more or less resilient to similar difficulties.

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Project website: www.psycovid19.gr Contact email: psycovid19@psed.duth.gr Ethics approval: Democritus University of Thrace, Ethics Committee. Decision Nr. ΔΠΘ/ΕΗΔΕ/43979/316/2020 Project launch: 01.04.2020 First wave data collection (N=1560): 10.04.2020 - 26.04.2020 (lockdown phase) Monthly longitudinal data (N= 850): 10.05.2020 - 17.04.2020 (End of Lockdown phase) Monthly longitudinal data (N= ...

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