COVID-19 is reshaping the Australian psyche

Coping well with COVID-19 requires us to be flexible and adapt quickly. To do this we need to have an extensive emotional repertoire, including being positive, articulating sadness and anger, solving issues logically, being altruistic, grieving, and experiencing many other emotions. The new Australian psyche appears to be equipping us to do just this. Read the full Lens article by Jayashri Kulkarni, Professor, Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre.