This study has been designed to explore the possible ways that the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic may be affecting people’s relationships with members of their social networks (i.e., romantic partners, family, friends, coworkers, neighbours, etc.). As humans, we are social by nature and our connections with others help us meet needs for security and belonging. Stressors related to the pandemic may affect our relationships with others in ways that are important to understand. This study aims to investigate those effects in the Canadian context and is part of an international research project currently running in more than 30 countries worldwide.
Your responses to this survey will provide valuable information that will help scientists understand the impact of COVID-19 on people’s social networks.
Living in Canada
This research has been approved by the University of Calgary’s Conjoint Human Research Ethics Board, by the Comité d’éthique de la recherche en éducation et en psychologie de l’Université de Montréal (CEREP-20-049-D), and by Comité d’éthique de la recherche – Lettres et sciences humaines de l'Université de Sherbrooke (#2020-2616/Péloquin)
Psychology, Health and Wellness
Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends, Overnight
20 minute(s) - 60 minute(s) per session
Complete 1 online questionnaire in English or French.
Participation involves a chance to win one of ten $50 Indigo gift cards. Draw will take place after end-of-study-date.
This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!
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