Thanks for participating in this survey back in spring 2020. You can read the results in the two synopses below, and click on the buttons for full summaries.
Synopsis Study 1: Faith & Resilience This study found that a covenantal approach to close relationships helped people cope during social isolation at the height of government lockdown (weeks 7 and 8). It also indicated that being a part of a church in an active way bring resources to bear in managing the challenges of life.
Synopsis Study 2: Personality & Resilience This second study found that people who were relationally resilient were likely more open, extraverted, agreeable, conscientious, and less neurotic; more covenantal in relational orientation; well educated; sixty years old or older; and male. Moreover, individuals who were doing better were more likely to trust their housemates, receive social support, feel satisfied with life, and less likely to aggress against housemates, feel lonely, or be anxious and fearful. The coping strategies that appeared to contribute to pandemic pluck included exercising often, limiting media, eating well, and attending church online.
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