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The impact of attachments in close relationships on lockdown choices

10 August 2020

This is a short survey about close relationships (e.g. with partners, parents, housemates). We are interested in how attachment in these relationships might have impacted young people's choice of who to live with during the COVID-19 lockdown.


  • Age 19-35
  • UK resident (permanent)
  • Not 'at risk' from coronavirus (NHS guidance)

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the University of Southampton Psychology Ethics Committee. ERGO number: 57777.

About the researcher

My name is Anna - I am a Health Psychology researcher, and am collaborating with a colleague who specialises in research on attachment relationships (Social Psychology).

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