UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor Elif Ikizer (Psychology) is a contributor to the new and timely book “Together Apart: The Psychology of COVID-19.” The authors argue in the introduction that human behavior (and hence, psychology) are the keys to controlling the spread of infection right now. The chapters in the book consider what elements of psychology and behavioral science could promote actions that work toward the common good. Prof. Ikizer is co-author of the chapter “Common Identity and Humanity.” Given the critical nature of the information and the importance of quick dissemination, Sage Publishing has made the book available for free download.
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9 Jan, 2020