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New Study: Short- and Long-Term Predicted and Witnessed Consequences of Digital Surveillance During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Scoping Review

New Study: Short- and Long-Term Predicted and Witnessed Consequences of Digital Surveillance During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Scoping Review

A team of researchers led by Leigha Comer with Lorie Donelle, Bradley Hiebert, Maxwell J Smith, Anita Kothari, Saverio Stranges, Jason Gilliland, Jed Long, Jacquelyn Burkell, Jacob J Shelley, Jodi Hall, James Shelley, Tommy Cooke, Marionette Ngole Dione, and Danica Facca recently published an article entitled: “Short- and Long-Term Predicted and Witnessed Consequences of Digital […]

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New Study: Associations between socio-demographic factors and change in mobility due to COVID-19 restrictions in Ontario, Canada using geographically weighted regression

A team of researchers led by Ben Klar with Jason Gilliland and Jed Long recently published an article entitled: “Associations between socio-demographic factors and change in mobility due to COVID-19 restrictions in Ontario, Canada using geographically weighted regression.” Transportation research has shown that socio-demographic factors impact people’s mobility patterns. During the COVID-19 pandemic, some of […]

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New Study: Exploring the relationships between worry about climate change, belief about personal responsibility, and mental wellbeing among adolescent and young adults

HEAL Lab researchers Gina Martin and Tasha Roswell, along with colleague, Alina Cosma (Trinity College Dublin), recently published an article in Wellbeing, Space and Society titled, “Exploring the relationships between worry about climate change, belief about personal responsibility, and mental wellbeing among adolescent and young adults”. This study investigated feelings of a personal responsibility to […]

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