Values-Based Behavior under COVID-19
November 4th, 2020 10 to 12 am (UTC - 03:00)
In the absence of a vaccine or drug treatment, there is an urgent need for change in collective behaviors. Our next webinar will discuss Values-Based Behavior under Covid-19, motivated by the widespread polarization between compliance versus rejection of guidelines issued by health and government authorities to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Experts on social and behavioral sciences will describe how society has been coping with this threatening environment and will discuss factors that influence behavioral change and the prospects for global public health.
Luiz Eugênio Mello
Scientific Director, São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP)
Deisy G. de Souza
Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil
Ortwinn Renn (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies and University of Stuttgart)
Behavioral responses towards COVID-19 threats and governmental measures:
What triggers compliance?
Paulo Boggio (Mackenzie Presbyterian University)
Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
Jay Van Bavel (New York University)
For better or worse: The role of social identity in the Pandemic
Martha Hubner (University of São Paulo)
With no vaccine and facing an invisible virus, the “treatment” is behavioral:
Identifying and managing the contingencies that act on people during the COVID-19 pandemic days
There will be no certificate/declaration of presence for events broadcast on YouTube.