‘A Year full of emotions.’ What kids learned from the COVID-19 pandemic

“We have some experience with how communities and young people cope with disasters. There are two things that are different about this. One is the enormously protracted nature of this chronic stressor, the second is that we were forced to socially distance and restrain our social interaction, which is not our typical tendency when we are under stress,” said Roxane Cohen Silver, UCI professor of psychological science. [Starts at 2:37]