Health Psychology & COVID-19 Compilation
This is a compilation of videos taken in 2020 for the Health Psychology & COVID-19 Video Project.
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After the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Professor David Sherman of UC Santa Barbara conducted a series of interviews (in Spring and Summer, 2020) with public health workers, policy scholars, and health psychology researchers to discuss their experience and research related to this global pandemic. With grants from the Association for Psychological Science Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science and UCSB Instructional Development Professor Sherman and his students compiled these materials for use by other instructors of Health Psychology as well as the broader community.
There is also a syllabus for the project. (Link to syllabus).
In addition to the 13 individual videos, described below, there is also a 65-minute compilation video that includes excerpts from the videos and additional narration from Spring 2021 to provide some context.
In Winter 2022, Professor Sherman and his Psych 159: Health Psychology class at UCSB conducted follow-up interviews with 8 of the speakers from 2020, along with 4 new interviews. In this round of interviews, the students asked the questions, and the guests reflected on what had changed and what they had learned over the two years of the pandemic.
If you have questions about using the Health Psychology & COVID-19 materials, please contact Professor David Sherman via email: firstname.lastname@example.org