Social rhythms in the age of COVID-19

Assistant Professor Ali Amidi is studying daily life rhythms and how they are affected by illnesses. Now he and his colleagues have launched a survey to study how people’s social rhythms and emotional well-being may be affected during the corona virus.

29.04.2020 | Tine Bagger Christiansen

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Together with research colleague AIAS Fellow Lisa M. Wu, they are interested in learning more about our social rhythms and emotional well-being during periods of self-isolation during the corona pandemic.

The team have launched a survey that asks questions about the participant’s background and living situation, COVID-19 and any regional shutdown the participant is experiencing, the participant’s thoughts and feelings, and daily routines of sleep and activities.

 “With this knowledge we are hoping to learn more about how these routines and people’s experiences are affected by this highly irregular and unusual time in history,” explains Ali Amidi.

Who can participate in the study?

Anyone in the world at the age of 18 or over and who reads English can participate. The study will continue until self-isolation policies are reduced or ended.

Wish to contribute to this research?

The survey is online and can be accessed via: https://redcap.au.dk/surveys/?s=834CXLR9ED

Contact

Dr. Lisa M. Wu, Associate Professor, AIAS Fellow
lisa.wu@aias.au.dk

Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, AIAS
Aarhus University
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DK-8000 Aarhus C    

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