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COVID and Conspiracy Theories: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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June 17, 2020

COVID and Conspiracy Theories: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Behavior Change Amid COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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June 17, 2020

Behavior Change Amid COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Compliance and Followership During COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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June 17, 2020

Compliance and Followership During COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Leadership and Identity in Combating COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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June 17, 2020

Leadership and Identity in Combating COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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How Can Wise Graphics Use Cut Through the Complexity of COVID-19?

How Can Wise Graphics Use Cut Through the Complexity of COVID-19?

Editor’s Note: If you’re curious about the ways in which data visualization and graph use can generate impact with regard to the […]

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People Do Not Understand Logarithmic Graphs Used to Visualize COVID-19

People Do Not Understand Logarithmic Graphs Used to Visualize COVID-19

Editor’s Note: If you’re curious about the ways in which data visualization and graph use can generate impact with regard to the […]

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The Need for a Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’

The Need for a Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’

As we write, at the start of May 2020, 4 million people have been infected with the COVID-19, over a quarter of […]

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A Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’

A Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’

Plague was the concern of all of us…. Thus, for example, a feeling normally as individual as the ache of separation from […]

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Article Collection Examines How to Prevent Police Killings

Article Collection Examines How to Prevent Police Killings

The recent police killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd have given new urgency to the seemingly intractable issue of fatal policy violence, and we offer the articles in the volume to inform the actions of those who work for a less-deadly future.

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Police Officers Accused of Brutal Violence Often Have Extensive History of Citizen Complaints

Police Officers Accused of Brutal Violence Often Have Extensive History of Citizen Complaints

As protests against police violence and racism continue in cities throughout the U.S., the public is learning that several of the officers […]

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The Added Value of Latinx and Black Teachers

The Added Value of Latinx and Black Teachers

As the U.S. Congress debates the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, a new paper in Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences urges lawmakers to focus on provisions aimed at increasing the numbers of black and Latinx teachers.

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Collective Behavior in the Time of COVID-19

Collective Behavior in the Time of COVID-19

We are frequently told that COVID-19 is the greatest challenge of our generation, and perhaps the largest global crisis since World War II. So, what do we know about how people behave in crises? And how can we apply that understanding to manage the current pandemic?

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