The data from the study are analysed in real time and results are made available regularly.



Covid-19 response & stressors


Psychological response


Psychological response


Psychological response & fear of Covid-19


Psychological response, fresh air & worries about others

WEEK 16-17

Psychological response, relationships & financial consequences

WEEK 22-23

Psychological response & planned changes to life after COVID-19

WEEK 28-29

Psychological response & confidence in government and essential services

WEEK 34-35

Psychological response, social distancing &

financial consequences 

WEEK 40-43

Psychological response, compliance & testing

WEEK 48-49

Psychological response, fears for the future & things being missed


Exercise & social behaviours


Psychological response


Psychological response, control & concerns


Psychological response & meaning in life


Psychological response, lockdown experiences & health behaviours

WEEK 18-19

Psychological response, understanding of rules & healthcare

WEEK 24-25

Psychological response, leaving home & life differences

WEEK 30-31

Psychological response, 

sense of control & understanding of the rules

WEEK 36-37

Psychological response, others' compliance & mental health changes

WEEK 44-45

Psychological response & behaviours during lockdown

WEEK 50-52

Psychological response, compliance, sleep quality & vaccine intentions


In-depth psychological response


Psychological response, exercise & social behaviours


Psychological response


Psychological response, happiness, boredom & future


Psychological response,

trust & ethnicity

WEEK 20-21

Psychological response, discrimination & community closeness

WEEK 26-27

Psychological response, vaccine attitudes & vaccine intentions

WEEK 32-33

Psychological response, 

gender, ethnicity, education & long-term conditions

WEEK 38-39

Psychological response, social support & knowledge of COVID-19

WEEK 46-47

Psychological response, lockdown experiences & Brexit


Predictors of COVID-19 volunteering
Predictors of engaging in voluntary work during the COVID-19 pandemic: analyses of data from
31,890 adults in the UK
Compliance following vaccination
Do people reduce compliance with COVID-19 guidelines following vaccination? A longitudinal analysis of matched UK adults
Trajectories of compliance
Trajectories of compliance with COVID-19 related guidelines: longitudinal analyses of 50,000 UK adults
Mental health of young people
You're just there, alone in your room with your thoughts: A qualitative study about the impact of lockdown among young people during the COVID-19 pandemic
The government and public opinion
Public Opinion about the UK Government during COVID-19 and Implications for Public Health: A Topic Modelling Analysis of Open-Ended Survey Response Data
Adversities, worries and sleep
Are adversities and worries during the COVID-19 pandemic related to sleep quality? Longitudinal analyses of 46,000 UK adults
World Happiness Report
CHAPTER 5 - Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Authors James Banks, Daisy Fancourt, and Xiaowei Xu.
Patterns of compliance
Patterns of compliance with COVID-19 preventive behaviours: a latent class analysis of 20,000 UK adults
Trajectories of mental health
Understanding different trajectories of mental health across the general population during the COVID-19 pandemic
Vaccine attitudes and smoking
Negative vaccine attitudes and intentions to vaccinate against Covid-19 in relation to smoking status: a population survey of UK adults
Social support and physical activity
Impact of social support, loneliness & social isolation on sustained physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic
Creative freelancer experiences
Socioeconomic and psychosocial adversities experienced by creative freelancers in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study
Self-harm behaviours
Factors influencing self-harm thoughts and self-harm behaviours over the first 45 weeks of the COVID-19pandemic in the UK: a longitudinal analysis of 48,446 adults
Lancet Commission - Mental Health
A Review and Response to the Early Mental Health and Neurological Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Frontline key worker experiences
‘Stressed, uncomfortable, vulnerable, neglected’: a qualitative study of frontline keyworker experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK
Mental health & Google
Is Google Trends a useful tool for tracking mental and social distress during a public health emergency?: A time-series analysis
Mental health of carers
Mental health and wellbeing amongst people with informal caring responsibilities across different time points during the COVID-19 pandemic: A population-based propensity score matching analysis
Mental health in Europe
Loneliness, worries, anxiety, and precautionary behaviours in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal analysis of 200,000 Western and Northern Europeans
Social relationships & depression
Social relationships and depression during the COVID-19 lockdown: longitudinal analysis of the COVID-19 social study
Mental health service use
Rates and predictors of uptake of formal and informal mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic: an analysis of 26,740 adults in the UK in lockdown
Mental health in older adults
“It makes you realise your own mortality.” A qualitative study on mental health of older adults in the UK during COVID-19
Gambling during lockdown
Predictors and patterns of gambling behaviour across the COVID-19 lockdown: findings from a UK cohort study
Coping with mental illness
Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of adults with mental health conditions in the UK: A qualitative interview study
Mental health in long-term conditions
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and well-being of people living with a long-term physical health condition: a qualitative study
Mental health of health workers
Psychosocial impact on frontline health and social care professionals in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative interview study
Eating Behaviours in Lockdown
Trajectories of eating behavior during COVID-19 lockdown: Longitudinal analyses of 22,374 adults in the UK
Trait predictors of compliance
Do predictors of adherence to pandemic guidelines change over time? A panel study of 21,000 UK adults during the COVID-19 pandemic
Coping and mental health
Association of coping strategies with mental health trajectories during the first twenty-one weeks of COVID-19 lockdown
Arts engagement in lockdown
Predictors and impact of arts engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic: analyses of data from 19,384 adults in the COVID-19 Social Study
Vaccine attitudes
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