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Public trust in the face of pandemics and learning from past experience

A special section of the journal European Psychologist looked at rebuilding public trust in preparation for the next pandemic in light of the outbreaks of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) 2002–2003, H5N1 (avian influenza) 2005–2006, and the H1N1 (swine flu) pandemic in 2009. Did we succeed?


Investigating and Rebuilding Public Trust in Preparation for the Next Pandemic

• Uncertain News

• The Psychology of AIDS Denialism

• The Role of Public Trust During Pandemics


The European Psychologist is a multidisciplinary journal that serves as the voice of psychology in Europe, seeking to integrate across all specializations in psychology and to provide a general platform for communication and cooperation among psychologists throughout Europe and worldwide.

Integrative articles and reviews constitute the core material published in the journal. These state-of-the-art papers cover research trends and developments within psychology, with possible reference to European perceptions or fields of specialization. Empirical articles will be considered only in rare circumstances when they present findings from major multinational, multidisciplinary or longitudinal studies, or present results with markedly wide relevance.


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