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International Prevalence and Correlates of Psychological Stress during the Global COVID-19 Pandemic

In March 2020, when we first went under lockdown we needed a snapshot of that historical moment. Along with the unwavering and brilliant support of my team we collected, translated, reached out to the global community, analyzed, wrote, revised, and published this paper while holding our day/night jobs, etc., etc. This was a labor of love, blood, and sweat! For a neuroscientist where each participants' data collection takes weeks if not months - to take an idea and translate it into a paper in less than 9 months is, for lack of a better word, unprecedented. I am blessed to work with the international community and I hope these collaborations we have created now across the world blossom into greater achievements. More to come! 

 

 Ines Luttenbacher Angela Phillips, PhD, LICSW Bryan Adamson Harlene Grewal Julian M. John Coetzee Srija Seenivasan Jean-Marie Batail #covid19research #covid19awareness

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Take the Emergency-Disaster Survey!

The Emergency-Disaster Impact & Preparedness Survey, developed by Dr. Mark Greenhalgh here at Adamson Brain Stimulation Laboratory, is an anonymous survey into how you believe your community handles an emergency or disaster event, in this case the COVID-19 Pandemic. Following basic demographics, the questions asks for multiple choice-based opinions on community preparedness and impact response, your quality of life, the wellbeing of your friends and family, community institution & infrastructure, and applicable intervention ideas for COVID-19 preparedness and impact. The survey should take a total of 8-14 minutes.

 
 

October, 2020

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RTMS, GULF WAR ILLNESS, AND HEADACHES

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PSYCHOLOGICAL RESPONSE TO COVID-19

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