Psychological Science and COVID-19, Interview with Roxane Cohen Silver

How can society and individuals cope with COVID-19? What can historical events teach us? What insights does psychological science bring to this international pandemic? For answers, APS conducted an interview with APS Fellow Roxane Cohen Silver, Professor of Psychological Science, Medicine, and Public Health at the University of California, Irvine.

Charles Blue interviews Roxane Cohen Silver

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Nice work Chuck! You are a great interviewer!

Very well done – thank you both for the great Q&A! I am hopeful that this will go well beyond APS.

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