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COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey dataset on psychological and behavioural consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak

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  • Yuki Yamada, Kyushu Univ, Kyushu University, Kasuya Res Forest
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  • Dominik-Borna Ćepulić, Catholic University of Croatia
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  • Tao Coll-Martín, Biosanitary Investigation Institute (IBS) of Granada, University Hospital and University of Granada, Granada, Spain.
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  • Stéphane Debove, Independent Researcher
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  • Guillaume Gautreau, Univ Paris Saclay, Universite Paris Saclay, Universite Paris Sud - Paris 11, Universite Paris Saclay (ComUE), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Ecole Normale Superieure Paris-Saclay, CNRS, ENS Paris Saclay, Lab Aime Cotton,Univ Paris Sud
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  • Hyemin Han, Univ Alabama, University of Alabama System, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Dept Geog, Spatial Ecol & Conservat Lab
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  • Jesper Rasmussen
  • Thao P Tran, Colorado State Univ, Colorado State University, Dept Civil & Environm Engn, Ayres Associates Inc. - Fort Collins
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  • Giovanni A Travaglino, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent
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  • Andreas Lieberoth
  • COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey Consortium

This N = 173,426 social science dataset was collected through the collaborative COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey - an open science effort to improve understanding of the human experiences of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic between 30th March and 30th May, 2020. The dataset allows a cross-cultural study of psychological and behavioural responses to the Coronavirus pandemic and associated government measures like cancellation of public functions and stay at home orders implemented in many countries. The dataset contains demographic background variables as well as measures of Asian Disease Problem, perceived stress (PSS-10), availability of social provisions (SPS-10), trust in various authorities, trust in governmental measures to contain the virus (OECD trust), personality traits (BFF-15), information behaviours, agreement with the level of government intervention, and compliance with preventive measures, along with a rich pool of exploratory variables and written experiences. A global consortium from 39 countries and regions worked together to build and translate a survey with variables of shared interests, and recruited participants in 47 languages and dialects. Raw plus cleaned data and dynamic visualizations are available.

Original languageEnglish
Article number3
JournalScientific Data
Volume8
Issue1
Number of pages23
ISSN2052-4463
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2021

    Research areas

  • COVID-19/psychology, Communicable Disease Control, Cross-Cultural Comparison, Government, Health Behavior, Humans, Pandemics, Personality, Stress, Psychological/epidemiology, Trust

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