Global Health

Pandemics and the psychology of uncertainty

'Costly, altruistic individual choices may ultimately prove crucial for limiting the impact of a pandemic' Image: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Molly Crockett

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Yale University

Andreas Kappes

Lecturer, City University, London

Anne-Marie Nußberger

PhD student, Oxford University

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