Psychological responses to the COVID-19 pandemic are heterogeneous but have stabilised over time : 1 year longitudinal follow-up of the COVID-19 Psychological Research Consortium (C19PRC) study. / Shevlin, Mark; Butter, Sarah; McBride, Orla; Murphy, Jamie; Gibson-Miller, Jilly; Hartman, Todd; Levita, Liat; Mason, Liam; Martinez, A. P. ; McKay, Ryan; Stocks, Thomas VA; Bennett, Kate; Hyland, Philip; Vallières, Frédérique; Bentall, Richard P.

In: Psychological Medicine, 20.09.2021.

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  • Mark Shevlin
  • Sarah Butter
  • Orla McBride
  • Jamie Murphy
  • Jilly Gibson-Miller
  • Todd Hartman
  • Liat Levita
  • Liam Mason
  • A. P. Martinez
  • Ryan McKay
  • Thomas VA Stocks
  • Kate Bennett
  • Philip Hyland
  • Frédérique Vallières
  • Richard P. Bentall

Abstract


Original languageEnglish
JournalPsychological Medicine
Early online date20 Sep 2021
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 20 Sep 2021
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