The global crisis arising from the spread of the 2020 COVID-19 coronavirus is unparalleled on a global scale; its social, medical, and/or economic fallout is impacting an unprecedented number of people.
In this unique context, the Human Adaptation Institute, in collaboration with researchers from several laboratories and universities - Cermes3, ICM, LIP PC2S-Université Savoie Mont Blanc, Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas (Largepa)-, is launching a national and international scientific study that aims to understand the social, mental health (psychological, psychiatrical, cognitive) and crisis management impacts of the crisis, as well as the short and long term adaptations it will generate.
The goals are:
=> On one hand, to identify the immediate, short-term social impacts of this evolving situation, in order to help make informed decisions and better assess social risks (psychological, psychiatrical, cognitive) along the way.
=> On the other hand, to understand the adaptation mechanisms that will be implemented, both individually and collectively. This will make it possible to further develop these tools in the event of new crises and to undergo the paradigm shifts necessary to reduce the probability of such crises happening in the future.
This 70 question (6 pages) questionnaire should take you about 30 minutes. You must complete it in one go. Several persons in the same household may fill out the questionnaire one after the other.