The COVID-19 pandemic is the most important issue facing the world today. The effects of this pandemic are health-related, economic, social, and cultural. This study is part of an international project to collect measures related to social & moral psychology and examine the relationship with attitudes and behavioural intentions related to COVID19. The measures include beliefs in conspiracy theories, cooperation, risk perception, social belonging, intellectual humility, national identification, collective narcissism, moral identity, political ideology, self-esteem, and cognitive reflection. The goal is to generate a massive multi-national sample of representative samples that can serve as a public good for the scientific community.
This registration concerns the Canadian sample and additional research questions posed by those involved with collecting the Canadian sample.