“In the past months, we have all experienced changes due to the coronavirus, or COVID-19. The purpose of this research is to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the well-being of families”
The current study proposes to examine factors pertaining to family functioning in the United States in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to inform strategies for adaptation of the content and format of an existing evidence-based parenting interventions, with potential implementation: a) during the current COVID-19 outbreak, b) between outbreaks, and c) in anticipation of future outbreaks where isolation and physical distancing may again be required by families who are simultaneously experiencing complex psychosocial stressors.
This study collects data using online methods and does not require you to come to the lab. Please check the methods section for details.
Family wellbeing, couples' relationship, parenting, child mental health
Duke Family COVID-19 Study