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Together Apart: Stephen Reicher on the Two Psychologies of COVID-19

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Stephen Reicher, Professor of Social Psychology at the University of St. Andrews, discusses the implications of the psychology of human frailty and that of collective resilience during COVID-19, including discussions of social identity theory, groups as sources of power, and human behavior during emergencies.

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