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2021, vol. 54, br. 2, str. 193-205
Da li je bolje kada se konačno jednom završi ili je sada gore? Potencijalna moralna ponašanja nakon epidemije koronavirusa i sajberhondrija
"Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of IASI, Romania

e-adresapsihologamaftei@gmail.com
Ključne reči: potencijalna moralna odobrenja; puritanstvo; pandemija; karantin; sajberhondrija
Sažetak
Kriza izazvana virusom korona može imati efekat na sklonost ljudi da se ponašaju na moralan odnosno na nemoralan način kako tokom pandemije, tako i nakon njenog završetka. Koristili smo eksperimentalnu manipulaciju da istražimo uticaj sadašnjih protivepidemijskih mera (mere su uključivale ograničenja ili zabrane rada privrednih objekata i ograničenja i zabrane kretanja za pojedince, radi sprečavanja boravka ljudi u sredinama koje pogoduju prenošenju korona virusa, prim. prev.) na očekivana ponašanja i njihovu povezanost sa sajberhondrijom i moralnim identitetom. Prigodan uzorak se sastojao od 865 učesnika koji su popunili onlajn anketu u kojoj su zamoljeni da ocene verovatnoću da pokažu određena pozitivna i negativna moralna ponašanja tokom naredne nedelje. Od učesnika u eksperimentalnoj grupi je traženo da zamisle da će se tada pandemija završiti i da će biti ukinute sve restrikcije, dok kontrolna grupa nije dobila ovu instrukciju. Takođe je meren moralni identitet i sajberhondrija kod isptanika. Rezultati su pokazali da učesnici u eksperimentalnoj grupi pokazuju izraženiju spremnost da se ponašaju dobro i manje izraženu nameru da preduzmu negativne aktivnosti. Takođe, sajberhondrija je bila pozitivno povezana kako sa nameravanim negativnim ponašanjima u kontrolnoj grupi tj. za vreme trajanja protivepidemijskih mera, tako i sa nameravanim pozitivnim ponašanjima u eksperimentalnoj grupi nakon prestanka protivepidemijskih mera. Razmatrali smo ove rezultate u kontekstu moralnog odobravanja i puritanstva, kao i u odnosu na ulogu koju anksioznost u vezi sa zdravljem može imati u oblikovanju moralnih odluka.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.2298/PSI200603033M
primljen: 03.06.2020.
revidiran: 19.07.2020.
prihvaćen: 06.08.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 09.04.2021.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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