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News Scan for Jun 30, 2020

Survey explores trust, self-interest, and teen pandemic practicesA study of 770 teens' attitudes conducted in the 7 days after the United States declared a national emergency amid the COVID-19 pandemic found that 69% weren't practicing physical distancing but 89% were following the news, and 88% were disinfecting daily.

In the study, published yesterday in JAMA Pediatrics, researchers from Montana State University in Bozeman used social media to recruit adolescents 13 to 18 years old from Mar 20 to 22 to participate in the anonymous 31-question survey.They found that beliefs about pandemic severity, social responsibility values, social trust, and self-interest were differentially linked to news monitoring, physical distancing, disinfecting

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