Every fourth parent routinely shares information on social media about their children, who, treated as 'micro-celebrities', grow up convinced that sharing details of their private lives is a natural practice, shows new research.
How has belief in individual COVID-19 conspiracy theories changed during the pandemic? Who was more inclined to observe the restrictions? How does the approach to the pandemic differ in different age groups? Psychologists from the University of Warsaw have now presented their results in a joint publication 'COVID-19 pandemic in Poland. Psychological perspective’.
One year after the outbreak of the pandemic, its negative, psychological effects most severely affect young people aged 18-24, according to a report by psychologists from the SWPS University, the Institute of Psychology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.