COVID-19: Effects of a Global Stressor on Couples

Affiliated institutions: Arizona State University

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Description: COVID-19 is the newest type of coronavirus, which gained global attention when an outbreak occurred in Wuhan, China December 2019. Since December, at least 125 countries have a recorded case of COVID-19. As such, global prevention measures have been taken, including quarantines and travel bans (World Health Organization, 2020). This study aims to understand the effects of a global stressor (COVID-19) on individual and relational well-being for individuals in a romantic relationship.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • Type:  COVID-19
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