Everyone was wrong on the pandemic’s societal impact
Why didn't our mindsets change in lockdown? In March 2020, a study asked experts and non-experts for their predictions on how COVID-19 would change our ways of thinking and behaving. A year later, neither group came close to being right. Michael Varnum, Cendri Hutcherson and Igor Grossman examine the faults of these estimations and argues that social behaviourists are still incredibly important in understanding how we think of the world.
From Foreign Policy