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Help us decide on the Covid-19 research priorities for psychological science

01 May 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic presents numerous new challenges, and the British Psychological Society’s research priorities workstream has formed out of the belief that psychological science has much to offer in helping societies to cope with the pandemic.

The group is looking to kick-start a process that will bring psychological scientists together to work on solutions to the problems posed by the pandemic, and avoid the silos that may have hindered work in the past.

The group wants to open a dialogue among the psychology community about the problems and solutions posed by Covid-19, and has created a survey to gather suggestions as to the areas of research that psychological science should prioritise.

The survey is open until the end of the day on Wednesday 6 May – we would encourage as many psychologists as possible to join in the debate.

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