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Identifying important individual- and country-level predictors of conspiracy theorizing: A machine learning analysis

Pandemic boredom: Little evidence that lockdown-related boredom affects risky public health behaviors across 116 countries

Correction: Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence

COVID-19 stressors and health behaviors: A multilevel longitudinal study across 86 countries

Intentions to be Vaccinated Against COVID-19: The Role of Prosociality and Conspiracy Beliefs across 20 Countries

Lockdown Lives: A Longitudinal Study of Inter-Relationships Among Feelings of Loneliness, Social Contacts, and Solidarity During the COVID-19 Lockdown in Early 2020

Predictors of adherence to public health behaviors for fighting COVID-19 derived from longitudinal data

Using machine learning to identify important predictors of COVID-19 infection prevention behaviors during the early phase of the pandemic

‘We are all in the same boat’: How societal discontent affects intention to help during the COVID-19 pandemic

Associations of risk perception of COVID-19 with emotion and mental health during the pandemic

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