COVID-19 Snapshot MOnitoring in Denmark (COSMO Denmark)
This project investigates Danish citizens’ knowledge, perceptions and behaviours related to the outbreak of the new coronavirus (COVID-19). The results will help to understand how people respond to the coronavirus outbreak and what is the effect of different behavioral measures and regulations.
To curb the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), people are required to follow certain behavioural guidelines. To learn how Danes perceive and adhere to these regulations, every week a random sample of 5,000 Danish citizens is invited via e-Boks to participate in the COSMO online survey.
COSMO is a none-profit research project carried out by The University of Copenhagen with funding from Lundbeckfonden (the Lundbeck Foundation).
The project is part of a large international COSMO initiative coordinated by WHO's regional office in Europe.
|Friedolin Merhout||Assistant professor, tenure track||+45 353-24127|
|Ingo Zettler||Professor||+45 353-24850|
|Lau Lilleholt||PhD student||+45 24 63 34 39|
|Matthias Gondan||Associate professor||+45 353-24843|
|Morten Axel Pedersen||Professor||+45 353-23475|
|Robert Böhm||Professor||+45 353-37227|
COSMO has received a one year funding from the Lundbeck Foundation and the UCPH Faculty Emergency Grants.
Project: COVID-19 Snapshot Monitorin in Denmark (COSMO Denmark)
Period: March 2020 to September 2021
PI Robert Böhm
Professor in Applied Social Psychology and Behavioral Science