Temporal Self-Continuity in response to COVID-19

Structural Differences Remain Robust During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Findings suggest that while average self-continuity remained resilient to pandemic effects, the tendency to perceive the future as more stable than the past was reduced during the pandemic.

Yi Lu/ 芦 旖
Yi Lu/ 芦 旖
PhD Student of Developmental Psychology

I am interested in people’s aging process and related psychological changes in self-concepts and social relations.