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  1. Jun 2024
    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:07][^1^][1] - [00:21:54][^2^][2]:

      Cette vidéo présente une conférence sur la prévention du burnout parental, en particulier chez les parents d'adolescents. Elle aborde les défis de la parentalité à l'adolescence, les symptômes du burnout parental et des stratégies pour le prévenir et y faire face.

      Points forts: + [00:00:07][^3^][3] Introduction de la conférence * Présentation de l'organisation et des partenaires * Remerciements aux collaborateurs et participants * Contexte des conférences sur la parentalité + [00:03:17][^4^][4] Thème du burnout parental * Discussion sur l'épuisement parental et le burnout * Présentation de la première conférence et introduction de la conférencière * Objectifs de la conférence actuelle + [00:05:26][^5^][5] Présentation de la conférencière * Introduction de la conférencière, Isabelle Roskam * Son expertise en psychologie et expérience avec les adolescents * Annonce des sujets abordés lors de la conférence + [00:06:40][^6^][6] Comprendre le burnout parental * Explication des symptômes et de l'impact du burnout parental * Témoignages de parents et leurs défis avec les adolescents * Importance de reconnaître et d'aborder le burnout parental + [00:17:03][^7^][7] Pressions sur les parents modernes * Les attentes sociétales envers les parents * Les recommandations pour une parentalité positive * Les défis spécifiques à l'adolescence et l'impact sur les parents + [00:21:27][^8^][8] Prévalence du burnout parental * Résultats d'une étude internationale sur le burnout parental * Différences culturelles dans l'expérience du burnout parental * Conseils pour gérer le stress et éviter le burnout parental

      Résumé de la vidéo [00:22:00][^1^][1] - [00:22:15][^2^][2]:

      La vidéo traite du burnout parental, un phénomène de plus en plus courant dans les sociétés modernes. Elle explore les symptômes, les causes et les conséquences de l'épuisement des parents, en particulier ceux qui ont des adolescents. La conférencière, une experte en psychologie, partage des histoires de parents aux prises avec divers défis liés à l'adolescence et offre des conseils sur la prévention et la gestion du burnout parental.

      Points forts: + [00:22:00][^3^][3] Prévalence du burnout parental * Présent dans de nombreux pays * Plus fréquent dans les pays occidentaux * Varie selon les cultures et les régions + [00:22:03][^4^][4] Pression pour être de bons parents * Attentes élevées et recommandations constantes * Injonctions sur l'éducation et le comportement * Sentiment d'échec face aux difficultés + [00:22:07][^5^][5] Gestion des émotions négatives * Difficulté à admettre et à exprimer des émotions négatives * Culpabilité et peur du jugement * Besoin de soutien et de compréhension

      Résumé de la vidéo [00:22:00][^1^][1] - [01:29:00][^2^][2] : La vidéo aborde le burnout parental, un phénomène de plus en plus courant dans le monde moderne, en particulier dans les pays occidentaux. Elle explore les symptômes, les causes et les pressions sociétales qui contribuent à ce problème complexe.

      Points forts : + [00:22:00][^3^][3] Le burnout parental dans le monde * Présent dans de nombreux pays, avec une prévalence plus élevée dans les pays occidentaux * Les parents ressentent une pression intense pour réussir dans leur rôle * Le burnout est caractérisé par l'épuisement, la distanciation émotionnelle et un sentiment d'échec + [00:22:03][^4^][4] Les pressions sociétales sur les parents * Les parents sont confrontés à des injonctions constantes sur la manière d'élever leurs enfants * L'accent est mis sur le fait d'être un parent positif et toujours soutenant * Les difficultés augmentent avec les adolescents qui traversent des périodes compliquées + [00:22:05][^5^][5] Les recommandations pour les parents d'adolescents * Les parents reçoivent des conseils sur la gestion des crises et des comportements difficiles * Ils doivent naviguer dans le monde numérique et les réseaux sociaux avec leurs enfants * La culpabilité et le doute s'installent face aux défis de l'adolescence

      Résumé de la vidéo [00:25:00][^1^][1] - [01:29:00][^2^][2] : La vidéo aborde le burnout parental, un phénomène de plus en plus courant dans les sociétés occidentales. Il est expliqué par la pression sociale croissante sur les parents pour élever des enfants parfaits et par les défis spécifiques liés à l'adolescence. La conférencière, Isabelle Roscam, docteur en sciences psychologiques, partage des exemples concrets de situations familiales stressantes et offre des conseils pour prévenir et gérer le burnout parental.

      Points forts : + [00:25:00][^3^][3] La pression de la parentalité parfaite * Les parents sont bombardés de messages sur l'éducation idéale * La société impose des attentes élevées et irréalistes * Les médias sociaux exacerbent la pression avec des images de familles parfaites + [00:27:43][^4^][4] Les enfants plus difficiles à élever * Les enfants occidentaux sont plus enclins à discuter et à remettre en question l'autorité * Les valeurs culturelles comme la piété filiale sont moins présentes * Les parents doivent naviguer entre le respect de l'individualité de l'enfant et l'établissement de règles + [00:38:22][^5^][5] Les niveaux de stress chez les parents * Les parents épanouis sont déjà plus stressés que les étudiants en période d'examen * Le stress est inhérent à la parentalité et peut être bénéfique en petites quantités * Les parents en burnout présentent des niveaux de cortisol beaucoup plus élevés + [01:14:00][^6^][6] Les femmes plus touchées par le burnout parental * Les campagnes d'éducation ciblent principalement les mères * Les femmes sont plus réceptives aux messages sur l'éducation * Les hommes sont également affectés, mais dans une moindre mesure

    1. Humor is generally considered an adaptive coping strategy [2], that is, a strategy that has been proven to be effective in reducing perceived stress in the presence of stressful events. Humor is also effective in increasing psychological well-being and reducing psychological symptoms.
  2. May 2024
  3. Apr 2024
    1. Aufgrund der Dürren und anderer Extrem-Ereignisse wird die Trinkwasser-Versorgung in vielen Communities im Einzugsgebiet des Mississippi prekär. Der Süden Louisianas wird von eindringendem Salzwasser bedroht, Dabei sind die Folgen der schweren Hurricanes der vergangenen Jahre noch nicht überwunden. Immer mehr Menschen wollen die Gegend verlassen. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/11/15/us/louisiana-saltwater-climate.html

  4. Mar 2024
    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:00][^1^][1] - [01:14:57][^2^][2]:

      Cette vidéo est une conférence du professeur Arnaud Cachia sur l'effet du stress sur les apprentissages scolaires des élèves, du point de vue psychophysiologique. Il aborde les mécanismes, les effets et les facteurs du stress, ainsi que le lien entre le stress et le sommeil.

      Points forts: + [00:00:35][^3^][3] La définition et les types de stress * Le stress est un ensemble de processus physiologiques et psychologiques pour s'adapter à l'environnement * Il existe deux types de stress: le stress aigu (réponse immédiate à une situation) et le stress chronique (réponse prolongée à une situation) + [00:07:31][^4^][4] Les mécanismes du stress * Le stress implique des réactions hormonales (cortisol, adrénaline) et neuronales (amygdale, hippocampe, cortex préfrontal) qui modifient le fonctionnement du cerveau * Le stress peut avoir des effets positifs (stimuler la performance, la motivation, la mémoire) ou négatifs (altérer la performance, la motivation, la mémoire) selon le contexte, le moment, l'intensité et la personnalité + [00:28:28][^5^][5] Les effets du stress sur la cognition et les apprentissages * Le stress affecte les fonctions exécutives (planification, inhibition, flexibilité), la mémorisation (encodage, consolidation, récupération), l'attention (sélective, soutenue) et la motivation (intrinsèque, extrinsèque) * Le stress peut avoir des effets différents selon le type de tâche, le niveau de difficulté, le degré de contrôle, le feedback, le soutien social, etc. + [00:47:57][^6^][6] Le lien entre le stress et le sommeil * Le sommeil est un facteur important de régulation du stress et de consolidation de la mémoire * Le manque de sommeil augmente le niveau de stress et diminue les capacités cognitives, notamment les fonctions exécutives et l'attention * Le sommeil et le stress interagissent selon le type de tâche et le moment de l'apprentissage

  5. Feb 2024
    1. Die globale Erhitzung trifft die Bevölkerung in der Nähe des Titicacasees vor allem aufgrund der Verlandung des Sees. Übernutzung des Wassers in den Zuflüssen der Umgebung wirkt dabei verstärkend. Fiscchfang und Formen der traditionellen Landwirtschaft wie der Kartoffelanbau funktionieren zunehmend weniger, so dass z.B. auf Milchwirtschaft mit Zufütterung von Soja umgestiegen wird. Reportage zu den komplexen ökologisch-sozialen Veränderungen. https://taz.de/Klimawandel-in-Lateinamerika/!5989226/

    1. Sizilien leidet gerade unter extremer Trockenheit, die zu großen Einbußen bei der Orangenernte führt. Sie gehört zu einem anhaltenden Prozess der Aridifizierung, durch den sich die Bedingungen in Sizilien immer mehr denen im heutigen Algerien annähern. Ausführlicher Bericht in der Repubblica über die mangelnde Vorbereitung der Region auf zunehmenden Wasserstress, unter anderem die mangelnde Aufgeschlossenheit für die Regeneration von Böden und Gewässern, wie sie das Nature Restoration Law der EU vorsieht. https://www.repubblica.it/green-and-blue/dossier/siccita--gestione-acqua/2024/02/08/news/siccita_sicilia_arance-422075670/

    1. during periods of stress or illness, you may feel an increased need for sleep.

      Oversleeping can be a result of stress, depression, and other (mental) illnesses.

  6. Dec 2023
    1. Durch einen 1,4 Milliarden Euro Deal besteht die Möglichkeit, die Doñana-Region in Andalusien, Europas größtes Feuchtgebiet, zu bewahren. Die Gegend, zu der einen Nationalpark gehört, leidet vor allem unter Wasser Stress. Der Deal soll einen auch symbolisch wichtigen Konflikt beenden, bei dem konservative und reaktionäre politische Kräfte die Bauern unterstützt hatten, die illegal Wasser für Erdbeer- und Himbeer-Anbau verwendet haben. Die spanische Umweltministerin Teresa Ribeira erklärt ausführlich Prinzipien einer Green transition, die so durchgeführt wird, dass die Lebensbedingungen in einer Region verbessert werden und die Bevölkerung sie unterstützt. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/dec/27/spain-environment-minister-hails-andalucia-wetlands-deal-green-transition

  7. Nov 2023
    1. once we get under stress we hit what they call the sympathetic nervous system the sympathetic nervous system causes a a a stoppage 00:27:18 to the to the digestive system in other words you know with this pure sympathetic is what we call the rest and digest so when you're relaxed you digest food better okay when you're when you're in the skin tense 00:27:31 so what happens is when you get tense the digestive system doesn't function correctly so now you got food in there you need you need you need that acid you need the enzymes to work correctly but nothing's working so you got food 00:27:44 sitting in there that's not getting digested all right so what does it do it's got to go somewhere
      • for: stress - affects digestion - sympathetic nervous system
  8. Oct 2023
    1. Doñana

      Die Chancen für eine Erhaltung der Feuchtbiotope des Doñana-Nationalparks in Andalusien sind deutlich gestiegen. Ein Abkommen zwischen der Provinzregierung und der provisorischen Zentralregierung sieht vor, dass keine zusätzliche Bewässerungslandwirtschaft in dieser Region genehmigt wird. Viele NGOs hatten für die Rettung des Gebiets kampagnisiert, das durch die globale Erhitzung und durch Wasserentnahmen für die Agroindustrie bedroht ist. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/oct/04/wetlands-win-reprieve-after-deal-between-spain-and-andalucia

    1. Interview mit dem Agrarwissenschaftler Michael Succow zm Bodenschutz und zur Trinkwasserknappheit in Deutschland. In einigen Gebieten wird inzwschen kein Grundwasser mehr gebildet, fast durchgängig ist es chemisch kontaminiert. Succow plädiert für eine radikale Umstellung auf biologische Landwirtschaft und gegen den Anbau des wasserintensiven Mais zur Verfütterung an Rinder. https://www.derstandard.at/story/3000000187638/biologe-mais-duerfte-hier-ueberhaupt-nicht-angebaut-werden

    1. Die Gruppe A2A, die zweitgrößte Betreiberin von Wasserkraftwerken in Italien, wird in den kommenden 10 Jahren ca. 16 Milliarden Euro in Maßnahmen zur nachhaltigen Energieversorgung investieren. Dabei geht es auch um Anpassung an das Schmelzen der Gletscher und anhaltende Trockenperionen. https://www.repubblica.it/green-and-blue/2023/09/29 /news/energia_e_clima_idroelettrico-413619371/

  9. Sep 2023
    1. . It should be noted that stress can be seen as the inverse of “satisfaction” [22], and is relative to a contextual and non-stationary target.
      • for: stress - satisfaction, lack project, poverty mentality, David Loy
      • comment
        • what is interesting is that there is strong emphasis on Buddhist and other contemplative teachings on acceptance of the present state and cessation of searching.
        • In Buddhist teachings, desire is an expression of a dissatisfaction of some aspect of the present and drives change
        • and last but perhaps most importantly, Buddhist teachings teach that the source of the desire is indicative of attachment to the constructed self narrative
        • hence, at first read, it would seem the goal-oriented nature of the definition is at odds with Buddhist teachings.
        • David Loy refers to desires as a way to fulfill something we feel is missing. He refers to this as a "Lack project"
        • If we penetrate the self construct and see it's constructed, provisional nature, then we also expose the greater already existent reality that we already are.
        • It seems paradoxical. While we are strongly reifying the self-construct, we will be goal-seeking and a priority goal may be to experience the self as a construct, which has the effect of ending root level goal seeking.
    2. “stress” (the delta between current state and optimal state, or the difference between the goals at different subsystems’ levels)
      • for: definition, definition - stress, stress
      • comment
        • this is a generalized definition of stress that includes basal cognitive organisms
      • definition: stress
        • In the context of a generalized definition of intelligence applied beyond the traditional definition that applies only to organisms with neurons and nervous systems to include organisms that display basal cognition,
          • stress is defined as the delta between
            • current state and
            • optimal state,
          • or the difference between the goals at different subsystems’ levels
        • Reduction of this stress parameter is a driver that keeps the system exerting energy in action to move and navigate within the problem space.
        • The authors note that stress can be seen as the inverse of “satisfaction”, and is relative to a contextual and non-stationary target.
    1. Die jetzt schon übernutzten Grundwasservorräte in Indien werden durch die globale Erhitzung ab etwa 2040 dreimal so schnell abnehmen wie bisher, wenn sich die landwirtschaftlichen Methoden nicht radikal verändern. Die wachsenden Monsunregenfälle können nicht ausgleichen, was durch trockene Winter und mehr Verdunstung verloren geht. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/01/climate/india-groundwater-depletion.html

      Studie: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.adi1401

  10. Jul 2023
  11. Jun 2023
    1. Dr Lisa van Aardenne, the chief scientist of the University of Cape Town’s climate system analysis group, discussed the use and utility of thermal stress indices. She pointed out that, by the definitions of the universal thermal climate index, much of Africa is under heat stress most days of the year.  Van Aardenne noted that these indices have been developed from a European perspective and do not align with the reality on the ground in Africa. She added: “I’m very concerned that these indices are not fit for purpose here.”

      So for Africa, the figures are so bad that they always look like they're in an emergency? I'm guessing the impact would be that people are more likely to ignore them

    2. Prof Kris Ebi from the University of Washington started off the third day of the conference with a presentation on heatwaves and early action plans. She pointed to the 2021 Pacific north-west “heat dome” event, which resulted in around 800 excess deaths and was later found to be a 1-in-10,000 year event. The rarity of that event means, in effect, “these people died because of climate change,” Ebi said. She added: “Every heat-related death is preventable.”

      I hadn't realised the attribution was so clear like this. Wow.

  12. Feb 2023
    1. “My job involves supporting faculty wellness through pedagogy, but also supporting students’ wellness through the practice of pedagogy,”

      Fascinating order in that sentence. I don't think we pay enough attention to the way that course design/practice choices impact faculty wellness.

  13. Jan 2023
    1. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11534762/

      The Good Fight S4 E5 "The Gang Goes to War"

      This episode features Diane chatting with a co-star about her note taking experience. The woman indicates that she took notes incessantly and voraciously, but that she never referred back to them. The experience just caused her extreme stress so she gave it up completely as she felt it never gave her any benefit. She resorted instead to a more zen practice of drawing circles in her notebooks. She showed Diane a pile of notebooks filled with circles in various designs and colors. Later in the episode while in court the woman asked Diane about it and Diane showed her some of her new circle "note" pages.

      [Watched the episode passively sometime in the past two weeks.]

    1. get control over psychological stress oh yeah why is this so important well the the main problem is you have 00:16:15 high levels of cortisol when you're stressed out psychologically and it it's clear that people who have high levels of really high levels of stress uh are chronically ill

      !- grateful list : low stress - stress increases cortisol which can age you

  14. Dec 2022
    1. Accordingly, poverty acts to reduce overall available bandwidth. It does thisthrough creating greater stress and worries, reduced nutrition, exposure to toxicenvironments, and so on. For example, the constant worry of how to survive ona day-to- day basis acts to reduce bandwidth:Being poor means having less money to buy things, but it also means havingto spend more of one’s bandwidth managing that money. The poor mustmanage sporadic income, juggle expenses, and make difficult trade-offs.Even when the poor are not actually making financial decisions, thesepreoccupations can be distracting. Thinking and fretting about money caneffectively tax bandwidth.23This body of research has demonstrated that it is important to understanddecision- making not only within the socioeconomic context of individuals’lives, but within the psychological context as well.
  15. Nov 2022
    1. phytoncides, antibacterial and antimicrobial substances that trees and other plants release into the air to help them fight diseases and harmful organisms. When humans breathe in these substances—typically by spending time in nature—their health can improve. Across several studies, phytoncides have been shown to boost immune function, increase anticancer protein production, reduce stress hormones, improve mood, and help people relax. 

      I always feel better during and after a forest walk.

  16. Aug 2022
  17. Apr 2022
    1. Understanding the importance of helping others can also have benefits in your own life, such as reducing your stress. It’s true that you create more responsibility for yourself when you choose to help someone. But this won’t add extra stress to your life. In reality, helping others will allow you to handle stress more easily.

      It's important to understand the valued importance of helping others as it can also help as well especially n the face of reducing your stress. By helping others, you're creating more responsibility, however, this won’t make you feel worse by adding more stress. This is because, helping others allows you to handle stress more easily.

  18. Mar 2022
    1. Valter Longo, PhD has been studying an aspect of fasting and autophagy that is fascinating enough, I wanted to include it in it’s own section. One area of his research focuses on how fasting induces differential stress resistance to make chemotherapy far more effective. In a food scarce environment, normal cells become more resistant to oxidative stress, but cancer cells don’t. Remember, cancer cells are broken cells. Something went wrong with them and they are replicating out of control. Being broken means they don’t retain all the typical functions and protective mechanisms of normal cells, like antioxidant generation. That’s one of the reasons cancer cells switch their metabolism from oxidative phosphorylation to glycolysis even in the presence of oxygen. It’s known as the Warburg effect. There are many theories on why this happens, but one is because cancer cells are more sensitive to the reactive oxygen species created during normal metabolism. Eating creates an environment where cancer cells thrive and normal cells are stressed. Cancer cells need an environment rich with sugar, growth factors (like IGF-1) and amino acids like glutamine. For normal cells, metabolism creates reactive oxygen species and triggers an immune response to deal with all the pathogens riding along on top of your meals. However, when you fast, normal cells become 1000 times more resistant to reactive oxygen species, but cancer cells do not. This same starvation-protection also makes normal cells far more resistant to chemotherapy drugs.

      So fasting helps protect healthy cells and weakens cancerous ones. That's cool. But then it says cacer clles need sugar, growth factors like [[IGF-1]] and amino acids like glutamine. The [[Carnivore Diet]] is going to increse IGF-1 and amino acid levels but should starve the cancer cells of sugar. Given Dr Clemens' success treating cancer with the [[PKD]] protocol I'm inferring that it's the triad that needs to be inn place and if sugar is missing then the other factors being elevated eoesn't matter that much.

  19. Feb 2022
    1. Nursing professionals are facing with severe sleep problems during the covid 19 pandemic time. Nurses were asked to work in an environment that had a more increased level of risk than ever before. Depression and anxiety from the workplace could affect the confidence of healthcare workers in themselves as well as general trust in the healthcare system. This will lead to their turnover intention which may undermine the efforts of the governments to control the COVID-19 pandemic. The rising concern may change the working schedules of healthcare workers, offering more occupational healthcare support.

  20. Jan 2022
    1. Why I chose to step down as CEO of CircleUpOver the past year, when I began telling team members, investors, LPs and other stakeholders about my transition, their first question was, inevitably, “Why?” I typically explained that the average founder/CEO of a startup is in the seat for less than five years; I had been with CircleUp for nine, and I was exhausted. But there was so much more to it than that.I don’t remember the first time I told our board that I was exhausted and needed to step down as CEO. I imagine it was around 2016 or 2017, a period defined by stressful business decisions and physical and mental health issues. I later realized that the board interpreted my complaints as “typical founder/CEO exhaustion”. I blame myself for that lack of clarity. For years I did a poor job of communicating the depth of my stress and exhaustion, a problem only compounded by the fact that, at times, I wasn’t even sure of my own feelings. There were stretches of time where I felt horrible — lonely; terrified; depressed. Depression exacerbates exhaustion. But I tried to put on a brave face to make sure the board felt comfortable.

      Massive "work life" imbalance. stress. suffering.

  21. Dec 2021
  22. Nov 2021
    1. But isolation plus public shaming plus loss of income are severe sanctions for adults, with long-term personal and psychological repercussions—especially because the “sentences” in these cases are of indeterminate length.

      Putting people beyond the pale creates isolation, public shaming, loss of income, loss of profession, and sometimes loss of personal identity and psychological worth. The most insidious problem of all is the indeterminate length of the "sentence".

      For wealthy people like Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, and Kevin Spacey, they're heavily insulated by the fact that at least they've got amassed wealth which mitigates some of these issues. In these cases the decades of extracting wealth through privilege gives them an unfair advantage.

      There are now apparently enough cases of this happening, it would be interesting to watch the long term psychological effects of this group to see if these situations statistically effects their longevity or if there are multi-generational knock on effects as have been seen in Holocaust survivors or those freed from slavery.

  23. Oct 2021
  24. Sep 2021
  25. Aug 2021
    1. Pham, Q. T., Le, X. T. T., Phan, T. C., Nguyen, Q. N., Ta, N. K. T., Nguyen, A. N., Nguyen, T. T., Nguyen, Q. T., Le, H. T., Luong, A. M., Koh, D., Hoang, M. T., Pham, H. Q., Vu, L. G., Nguyen, T. H., Tran, B. X., Latkin, C. A., Ho, C. S. H., & Ho, R. C. M. (2021). Impacts of COVID-19 on the Life and Work of Healthcare Workers During the Nationwide Partial Lockdown in Vietnam. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 563193. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.563193

  26. Jul 2021
  27. Jun 2021
    1. Moreover, vagal nerve stimulation has been shown as an effective treatment for major depression [25,26], while relaxation techniques based on cardio-feedback are used for managing negative emotions and psychological symptoms [27,28].
    2. Dysfunctions of the ANS were found in acute and chronic stressful conditions [10–12], insomnia [13,14], epilepsy [15,16], parkinsonisms [17,18], psychosomatic disorders [19] and schizophrenia, anxiety and mood disorders [6,20–24], which are typically considered CNS-related conditions.
    1. So I remember I prayed to God. I prayed to God. I was like, "Please God help me. I don't want to steal from this man. He's really good guy." And, oh dude, this is crazy, because I look in my pocket—I had the chips in my hand and I was acting like I had money.

      Time in US - living situation - abuse - lack of food - theft

    2. And that's that right there... I could see why single mothers and people that just don't have any help, why they stress, or why they go through all that stuff, or why they treat their kids bad and stuff, because it’s hard taking care of kids. I remember not having anything. On the last day of the month, I opened the freezer, and there's nothing in there.

      Time in US - homelife - caring for siblings - abuse

  28. May 2021
    1. Braud, M., Gaboriaud, A., Ferry, T., Mardi, W. E., Silva, L. D., Lemouzy, M., Guttierrez, J., Petit, S., Szabelska, A., & IJzerman, H. (2021). COVID-19-related conspiracy beliefs and their relationship with perceived stress and pre-existing conspiracy beliefs in a Prolific Academic sample: A replication and extension of Georgiou et al. (2020). PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/t62s7

    1. Franceschini, C., Musetti, A., Zenesini, C., Palagini, L., Pelosi, A., Quattropani, M. C., Lenzo, V., Freda, M. F., Lemmo, D., Vegni, E., Borghi, L., Saita, E., Cattivelli, R., De Gennaro, L., Plazzi, G., Riemann, D., & Castelnuovo, G. (2020). Poor quality of sleep and its consequences on mental health during COVID-19 lockdown in Italy [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/ah6j3

    1. Beltran, D. G., Isch, C., Ayers, J. D., Alcock, J., Brinkworth, J. F., Cronk, L., Hurmuz-Sklias, H., Tidball, K. G., Horn, A. V., Todd, P. M., & Aktipis, A. (2021). Mask wearing behavior across routine and leisure activities during COVID-19. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/2qya8