COVID-19 pandemic preventive behaviors and causal beliefs among Italian community dwelling adults

Posted on 15.10.2020 - 12:10

In an online sample of 1054 Italian community-dwelling adults, we assessed the relationships between the frequency of implementation of practices intended to prevent COVID-19 infection, degree of agreement with theories about the origin of the infections, and the frequency of use of different sources of information concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. The results showed that participants’ COVID-19-related preventive behaviors and causal beliefs were significantly associated with selected demographic variables and frequency of use of specific sources of information (e.g. scientific journals vs social media).

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Somma, Antonella; Gialdi, Giulia; Frau, Claudia; Barranca, Margherita; Fossati, Andrea (2020): COVID-19 pandemic preventive behaviors and causal beliefs among Italian community dwelling adults. SAGE Journals. Collection. https://doi.org/10.25384/SAGE.c.5176084.v1
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