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Individual and collective protective responses during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in 10 different countries : Results from the EUCLID online-survey

Individual and collective protective responses during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in 10 different countries : Results from the EUCLID online-survey

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KOLLER, Julia E., Karoline VILLINGER, Nadine C. LAGES, Pilvikki ABSETZ, Melanie BAMERT, Cátia BRANQUINHO, Lourdes CHAVES-AVILÉS, Panagiota DIMITROPOULOU, Ana Lucía FERNÁNDEZ-FERNÁNDEZ, Margarida GASPAR DE MATOS, Inguna GRISKEVICA, Benicio GUTIÉRREZ-DOÑA, Nelli HANKONEN, Jennifer INAUEN, Dimitrinka JORDANOVA PESHEVSKA, Angelos P. KASSIANOS, Jelena KOLSENIKOVA, Meta LAVRIC, Tamara MITANOVSKA, Efrat NETER, Vita POŠTUVAN, Ingrida TRUPS-KALNE, Jorge VARGAS-CARMIOL, Harald T. SCHUPP, Britta RENNER, 2022. Individual and collective protective responses during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in 10 different countries : Results from the EUCLID online-survey. In: International Journal of Infectious Diseases. Elsevier. 122, pp. 356-364. ISSN 1201-9712. eISSN 1878-3511. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.ijid.2022.06.012

@article{Koller2022-06Indiv-57805, title={Individual and collective protective responses during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in 10 different countries : Results from the EUCLID online-survey}, year={2022}, doi={10.1016/j.ijid.2022.06.012}, volume={122}, issn={1201-9712}, journal={International Journal of Infectious Diseases}, pages={356--364}, author={Koller, Julia E. and Villinger, Karoline and Lages, Nadine C. and Absetz, Pilvikki and Bamert, Melanie and Branquinho, Cátia and Chaves-Avilés, Lourdes and Dimitropoulou, Panagiota and Fernández-Fernández, Ana Lucía and Gaspar de Matos, Margarida and Griskevica, Inguna and Gutiérrez-Doña, Benicio and Hankonen, Nelli and Inauen, Jennifer and Jordanova Peshevska, Dimitrinka and Kassianos, Angelos P. and Kolsenikova, Jelena and Lavric, Meta and Mitanovska, Tamara and Neter, Efrat and Poštuvan, Vita and Trups-Kalne, Ingrida and Vargas-Carmiol, Jorge and Schupp, Harald T. and Renner, Britta} }

Koller, Julia E. Kolsenikova, Jelena Inauen, Jennifer Gaspar de Matos, Margarida Absetz, Pilvikki Chaves-Avilés, Lourdes Lavric, Meta Villinger, Karoline Lages, Nadine C. Mitanovska, Tamara Jordanova Peshevska, Dimitrinka Absetz, Pilvikki 2022-06-20T08:49:25Z Poštuvan, Vita Bamert, Melanie Jordanova Peshevska, Dimitrinka Chaves-Avilés, Lourdes Schupp, Harald T. Kassianos, Angelos P. Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Villinger, Karoline Renner, Britta Dimitropoulou, Panagiota Individual and collective protective responses during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in 10 different countries : Results from the EUCLID online-survey Fernández-Fernández, Ana Lucía 2022-06 Dimitropoulou, Panagiota Vargas-Carmiol, Jorge Gutiérrez-Doña, Benicio Renner, Britta Branquinho, Cátia Fernández-Fernández, Ana Lucía Trups-Kalne, Ingrida Hankonen, Nelli Trups-Kalne, Ingrida Mitanovska, Tamara Lavric, Meta Kolsenikova, Jelena Neter, Efrat Koller, Julia E. Kassianos, Angelos P. 2022-06-20T08:49:25Z Hankonen, Nelli Bamert, Melanie Griskevica, Inguna Background: In times of unprecedented infectious disease threats, it is essential to understand how to increase individual protective behaviors and support for collective measures. The present study therefore examines factors associated with individual and collective pathways.<br /><br />Methods: Data was collected via an online survey from 4,483 participants (70.8% female, M=41.2 years) across 10 countries from April 15th to June 2nd, 2020, as part of the "EUCLID" project (https://euclid.dbvis.de). Structural equation modeling was used to examine individual and collective pathways across and within countries.<br /><br />Results: Overall, adoption of individual protective behaviors and support for collective measures were high. Risk perception on the individual level and perceived effectiveness at the collective level were positively associated with both individual protective behaviors and support for collective measures. Furthermore, the model explained considerable variance in individual (40.7%) and collective protective behaviors (40.8%), and was largely replicated across countries.<br /><br />Conclusions: The study extends previous research by demonstrating that individual risk perception and perceived effectiveness of collective measures jointly affect individual protective health behaviors and support for collective measures. These findings highlight the need to jointly consider a variety of behavioral actions against infectious disease threats acknowledging interactions between individual and collective pathways. Poštuvan, Vita Branquinho, Cátia Schupp, Harald T. Lages, Nadine C. Inauen, Jennifer Gutiérrez-Doña, Benicio eng Griskevica, Inguna Vargas-Carmiol, Jorge Gaspar de Matos, Margarida Neter, Efrat

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