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<p><img alt="enter image description here" src="https://files.osf.io/v1/resources/z39us/providers/osfstorage/5e8f3ec5430166025aa053ba?mode=render"></p> <p>Interactive visual data rerpesentations here: <a href="https://covidistress.france-bioinformatique.fr/" rel="nofollow">https://covidistress.france-bioinformatique.fr/</a></p> <p>The COVIDiSTRESS global survey is an international collaborative undertaking for data gathering on human experiences, behavior and attitudes during the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, the survey focuses on psychological stress, compliance with behavioral guidelines to slow the spread of Coronavirus, and trust in governmental institutions and their preventive measures, but multiple further items and scales are included for descriptive statistics, further analysis and comparative mapping between participating countries. Round one data collection was concluded May 30. 2020.</p> <p>To gather comparable data swiftly from across the globe, when the Coronavirus started making a critical impact on societies and individuals, the collaboration and survey was constructed as an urgent collaborative process. Individual contributors and groups in the COVIDiSTRESS network (see below) conducted translations to each language and shared online links by their own best means in each country. </p> <p>In this OSF-project you will find pre-registrations (including of the survey itself) and data as they are extracted</p>
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