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Apps And Social Distancing: Why We Accept Coronavirus Rules, Or Not

Eurasia Review Saturday, 5 September 2020
Apps And Social Distancing: Why We Accept Coronavirus Rules, Or NotThe higher the severity of an infection is thought to be, the greater the motivation is to socially distance. That is one result of a study conducted by the psychologist Professor Kai Kaspar at the University of Cologne. Kaspar explored which factors constitute people's motivation to socially distance and to use different corona...
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