Call for studies for a scoping review on causal predictors of COVID-19 behavior
16.01.2023, by Media Account
We are conducting a scoping review called "Predictors of COVID-19 health behavior: A scoping review of causal research". We are seeking grey literature as well as preprints and yet unpublished studies. To be included, studies have to:
- Have, as an outcome variable, any behavior aimed at reducing the probability of contracting and/or transmitting COVID-19, such as: decision to vaccinate, social distancing, mask-wearing, hygienic measures. Self-reported behavior and observed behavior are included, but not intentions (such as intention to vaccinate) or behaviors in games and simulations.
- Use quantitative causal research methods (experiments and quasi-experiments, causal analysis of longitudinal data, differences-in-differences, instrumental variables, before and after studies, and so on).
If you have relevant studies or data, we would greatly appreciate if you could send them to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can include it in the review. For unpublished data, we would appreciate a short description of the study and the summary of analyses (if any).
Additional details on the project can be found here: osf.io/jvx7t.
Vladimir Ponizovskiy on behalf of the team