[CogSci] Seeking post-pandemic perspectives from Cognitive Science researchers
igrossma at uwaterloo.ca
Thu Apr 8 12:35:18 PDT 2021
As the world is coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are wondering about the societal and psychological changes that could follow the current crisis. To get a better picture of how researchers think about pandemic-related cultural change, I designed a short 12-15 min survey asking cognitive scientists and other academics to provide forecasts for a post-pandemic world. After collecting the data, we will provide a summary to interested scientists and the general public.
This is a short survey on scientists, on a topic that may be on many people's minds. It follows on similar initiatives my colleagues and I did at the beginning of the pandemic last April.
The survey is close to the heart of cognitive science research - predictions and judgments and decisions under risk and uncertainty - and your participation would be truly appreciated:
Best wishes and stay safe!
This study has been reviewed and received ethics clearance through a University of Waterloo Research Ethics Committee (ORE #43206)
Igor Grossmann, Ph.D.
Director, Wisdom and Culture Laboratory
Associate Editor, Social Psychological and Personality Science
Co-host of the On Wisdom Podcast
Associate Professor of Psychology
University of Waterloo, Canada
INSIGHTS ABOUT THE WORLD AFTER COVID
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