Impacts of the coronavirus on moral emotions

Kristie Auman-Bauer
August 27, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic is currently surging across the United States and worldwide, individuals and institutions are debating what can and should be done to protect public health. When it comes to how we navigate this complex landscape, what is the role of how we feel, and how we choose to manage our feelings? Penn State researchers discuss how people choose to have empathy and moralize mask-wearing in the context of COVID-19.

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Last Updated August 30, 2020