To address the emotional, cognitive and behavioural manifestations of the unexpected context that is COVID-19, we need to recognise, accept and work with certain emotional cues, writes Filia Garivaldis.
What makes some people behave sensibly in a time of crisis and others go off in strange directions? It all comes down to personality traits, says PhD candidate Conor Wynn. By recognising certain cues, we can learn to modify our behaviour.
In times of crisis, such as COVID-19, researchers argue that using labels such as ‘social distancing’ can make people feel even more isolated and anxious. Language is important and so is social connectedness.
In wake of yet another major family violence incident, our researchers pen another important article in The Conversation on the need to shift attitudes and beliefs that are well-established drivers of men’s violence against women.