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Call for Papers: International Responses to Prevention Intervention Research during Human Ecosystems Disruptions

The journal Prevention Science invites manuscripts for a special issue on “International Responses to Prevention Intervention Research during Human Ecosystem Disruptions”. In this special issue of Prevention Science, SPR welcome manuscripts that advance prevention science as it links contextual and epidemiological data to improve responses to HED. Also, this call of papers seeks to provide insights into best practices for approaching future pandemics, natural disasters, and socio/economic crises affecting populations’ health. The ultimate goal of

COVID-19 Perceived Impact and Psychological Variables as Predictors of Unhealthy Food and Alcohol Consumption Trajectories: The Role of Gender and Living with Children as Moderators

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Salazar-Fernández, C.; Palet, D.; Haeger, P.A.; Román Mella, F. COVID-19 Perceived Impact and Psychological Variables as Predictors of Unhealthy Food and Alcohol Consumption Trajectories: The Role of Gender and Living with Children as Moderators. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2021, 18, 4542. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18094542
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Abstract

The present study examines the trajectories of unhealthy food and alcohol consumption over time and considers whether perceived impact of COVID-19 and psychological variables are predictors of these trajectories. We ascertained whether these predictors are different in women vs. men and between women living with vs. without children.

Addiction Psychiatry and COVID-19 – Impact on Patients and Service Provision

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Columb, D., Hussain, R., & O’Gara, C. (2020). Addiction Psychiatry and COVID-19 – Impact on patients and service provision. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, 1-15. doi:10.1017/ipm.2020.47
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The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly had a major impact on the provision of physical healthcare in Ireland and worldwide. The mental health impact of this pandemic cannot be underestimated, particularly relating to patients suffering with addiction.

The Pandemic Project Covid Survey

The Pandemic Project is a social psychology initiative that is studying how our everyday lives are affected by the coronavirus outbreak. For many of us, our worlds, our work, and our social relationships are changing. The research team brings together scientists from around the world to better understand how the pandemic is affecting our daily lives, mental health, and connections with others. This project is being conducted by researchers at the University of Texas at