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**COVID-19: Global social trust and mental health study** **Description** This study examines the short- and long-term effects of COVID-19 on people's mental health, physical health and social trust in others. This study involves three online surveys of 20-30 minutes long administered now, 6 months, and 12 months to participants 18+ years and resident of any country. The survey is available in 7 languages. **Research Team** - Dr. Keri Ka-Yee Wong (PI), University College London, UK - Professor Adrian Raine (Co-I), University of Pennsylvania, USA - Dr Gianluca Esposito (Collaborator), University of Trento Italy & Nanyang Technological University, Singapore - Dr Jill Portnoy (Collaborator), The University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA **Ethics** This project received full ethics approval of the UCL Institute of Education on 8 April 2020 (REC 1331). Documentation available upon request. The survey launched online on 17 April 2020.
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