Dr. Steven Taylor Discusses the Psychology of Pandemics with TIME, The Guardian, CBC Radio, and Other Outlets


In interviews this week with numerous news and media outlets, Dr. Steven Taylor shared his perspectives on how people are coping with COVID-19 after having endured the pandemic for nearly a year. He also discusses the many uncertainties felt even as vaccination programs ramp up in Canada and around the world.

Dr. Taylor is a world-renowned expert and author on the psychology of pandemics, and these interviews add to a long list of news stories and articles to which he has contributed over the last year.   He recently presented an invited seminar on this topic for the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, and was also featured in a profile by the Canadian Psychological Association.



Don’t miss the articles and stories below:

TIME: We May Never Eliminate COVID-19. But We Can Learn to Live With It
The Guardian: ‘Pandemic burnout’ on rise as latest Covid lockdowns take toll
CBC Radio: How has the stress from a difficult year changed your brain and what can you do about it?
CBC News: Anxious, tired and looking to the future: British Columbians mark one year of COVID in our midst
Global News: Uncertainty and fear remain on the one year anniversary of B.C.’s first COVID-19 case