In the upcoming post-pandemic view, behavioural researchers and their data collection have faced consequences with the productivity and their ability to support trainees and make meaningful scientific achievements. The challenges faced during the pandemic are compelling the researchers to innovate and attempt interventions that may not have been previously attempted. Some researchers are also putting in the effort to know more about the behavioural changes, beliefs and intentions including risk perception during social distancing and isolation. They also state that they can now increase access to these behaviour treatments and studies to more remote areas like rural areas and the military personnel. The researchers thus hope to have better access and state that changes in the policies and procedures will have a positive and lasting impact on behavioural research. As mentioned, they state that the pandemic has proven to bring on challenges but they are sure to come out stronger, more adaptable and innovative.
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