December 01-02, 2022 – This international symposium took place in the Social Neuroscience Lab in Berlin from 1st to 2nd December 2022. The main focus was on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health, resilience and aspects of social cohesion as well as on interventions implemented to reduce the negative impact this global crisis had on psychological vulnerability worldwide.
April 20, 2022 – The Berlin University Alliance reports on two new publications within the CovSocial project. (German only)
April 02, 2022 – In this interview with Antje Lang-Lendorff from taz Tania Singer talks about limits and chances of empathy. (German only)
March 30, 2022 – In an interview with Erik Heier of tip Berlin, Tania Singer talks about the CovSocial project and the impact of pandemic lockdowns on the mental health of Berlin’s population. (German)
February 15, 2022 – In an Interview with Elisa Starck, Tania Singer talks about the CovSocial project and how the Berliners’ state of mind changed from Lockdown to Lockdown. (German only)
February 12, 2022 – Tania Singer reports in a live interview with Stephan Karkowsky at the radioeins scientific magazine on the current results of the CovSocial project. (German only)
February 04, 2022 – In an interview by Susanne Gindorf-Litz for ZDF heute Tania Singer talks abour the Covsocial project and the effects of the lockdowns on mental health. (German only)
February 02, 2022 – Tania Singer in the studio of the rbb Abendschau talks with Sarah Oswald about the effects of the past lockdowns on the mental health of the Berlin population. (German only)
January 31, 2022 – In an interview by Valerie Zöllner and Barbara Abrell for Max Planck Forschung magazine, Tania Singer answers Five Questions about mental health in times of Corona and the CovSocial project. (German only)
January 30, 2022 – A report in the Bonner Generalanzeiger by Johanna Lübke cites Tania Singer on the effects that the pandemic shows on mental health. (German only)
January 23, 2022 – In an interview with Nora Burgard-Arp from ZEIT ONLINE, Tania Singer talks about the CovSocial project and how empathic listening makes us more resilient to crises. (German only)
November 24, 2021 – This MPG announcement reports on the CovSocial project, which examines the consequences of pandemic-related restrictions for Berlin’s population.
November 22, 2021 – The Berliner Morgenpost reports on the CovSocial Project and how the pandemic situation affects mental health. (German only)
November 18, 2021 – In this Podcast, Tania Singer talks about the CovSocial Project and the influences of pandemic restrictions and alleviation on mental health and social cohesion. The interview was done by Valerie Zöllner. (German)
November 15, 2021 – You can now read the first research results from our CovSocial project in a brand new brochure. Find out how the participants from Berlin felt during the Corona pandemic.
January 25, 2021 – In this interview with Miray Caliskan of the Berliner Zeitung, Tania Singer suggests ways to prevent health care worker’s burnout in the pandemic. (German)
November 27, 2020 – Reporter Norbert Koch-Klauke reports on the CovSocial project, which is researching how the Corona crisis affects the well-being, behavior, stress experience and social cohesion of Berlin’s population. (German)
October 27, 2020 – In this interview Tania Singer talks about the CovSocial Project on experiencing stress, social cohesion and resilience during the Corona crisis. The project launched in September 2020. (German).