A special issue on COVID-19 is now live with all articles available as Open Access.
Varol et al. explore students’ adherence and reasons behind the (non)adherence to COVID-19-regulations within a university setting
Rozendaal et al. have conducted a daily diary study among Dutch adolescents and young adults about to better understand their physical distancing behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic
Beyene et al. reflect on the development of an open tool to help people estimate their coronavirus risk and deliver a brief behavior change intervention
Nigg et al. describe an online-based intervention, addressing the possible decline of physical activity and increase of sedentary behavior during COVID-19 stay at home restrictions in Switzerland
Burford et al. report on individual- and area-level characteristics associated with reasons for leaving home and subsequent protective health behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic in the USA
In line with the spirit of Health Psychology Bulletin, the focus in these articles is on learning what can be learned, making sure we, as a field, don’t repeat the same mistakes, and enabling accurate meta-analysis of the total sum of our findings (see the inaugural editorial at doi.org/10.5334/hpb.2). This learning is even more relevant with a new virus that comes with many new unknowns - also with regard to understanding and changing preventive behaviours.
So, please take a moment, and consider submitting your next paper at https://www.healthpsychologybulletin.com/about/submissions/
On behalf of the editorial board,
the HPB Editors-In-Chief,
Diana Tăut, Gjalt-Jorn Peters & Rik Crutzen
Posted on 25 Nov 2021More Announcements