1. Emotional and behavioral reaction to the COVID-19 outbreak.

On 11th March 2020 the novel coronavirus outbreak was announced a pandemic by Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director General. This announcement marked a begining of challenging, uncertain times that brought high levels of stress and new emotions to cope with to a wide range of individuals, as well as important limitations to everyday functioning that have interefered on different levels with our global sense of security. These kind of changes seem to be connected with visible emotional and behavioral reaction, especially for those who have already been in need of professional support to maintain mental health.

This short questionnaire aims to investigate possible emotional and behavioral response to the COVID-19 outbreak with a focus on subjective perception of media coverage and general precautions undertaken by each and everyone of us.

The survey consists of 14 questions and requires not more than 5 minutes of your time.
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* 1. Sex

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* 2. Age

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* 5. How do you describe your emotions regarding the recent COVID-19 outbreak?

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* 6. How do you assess the health risk regarding the recent COVID-19 outbreak?

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* 7. How do you evaluate your own knowledge on the COVID-19?

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* 8. How do you evaluate available medical care dedicated to the COVID-19 outbreak management?

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* 9. How often do you use following sources to get information on the COVID-19 outbreak?

  Never Seldom Sometimes Often Usually Always
TV
Radio
Newspapers
Internet/Social media
Friends

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* 10. In your opinion, how accurate are following sources when sharing information on the COVID-19 outbreak?

  Never, sensational Seldom Sometimes Often Usually Always very accurate
TV
Radio
Newspapers
Internet/Social media
Friends

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* 11. In your opinion, what is the most reliable source of information on the COVID-19 outbreak?

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* 12. How often do you keep in touch with:

  I do not contact them at all Several times a month Several times a week Once a day Several times a day
Close family
Other relatives
Friends

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* 13. Which precaution measuresare you undertaking in the face of the COVID-10 outbreak?

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* 14. Questions/ Comments

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