The COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring in Denmark

  • Robert Böhm
  • Lau Lilleholt
  • Josefine Tvermoes Meineche
  • Cecilie Fenja Strandsbjerg
  • Andreas Windfeld
  • Frederik Carl Windfeld
  • Ingo Zettler
Nøgleord: Samfundsøkonomen, coronakrisen

Resumé

The COVID-19 pandemic has required massive behavioural adaptions to curb the spread of the disease. Since March 2020, the COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring (COSMO) survey has assessed (and continues to do so) Danish citizens’ perceptions and behavioural reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic. Herein, we report selected results of the COSMO survey, highlighting factors related to the Danish response strategy

Forfatterbiografier

Robert Böhm

Professor in Applied Social Psychology and Behavioural Science, University of Copenhagen

Lau Lilleholt

PhD student in Psychology, University of Copenhagen

Josefine Tvermoes Meineche

Student assistant at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen

Cecilie Fenja Strandsbjerg

Student assistant at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen

Andreas Windfeld

Student assistant at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen

Frederik Carl Windfeld

Student assistant at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen

Ingo Zettler

Professor in Personality and Social Behaviour, University of Copenhagen

Publiceret
2020-12-22
Citation/Eksport
Böhm, R., Lilleholt, L., Meineche, J., Strandsbjerg, C., Windfeld, A., Windfeld, F. og Zettler, I. (2020) “The COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring in Denmark”, Samfundsøkonomen, 2020(4), s. 62-69. doi: 10.7146/samfundsokonomen.v0i4.123562.