Perception of COVID-19 physical distancing effectiveness and contagiousness of asymptomatic individuals: A cross sectional survey of deaf and hard of hearing adults in U.S.

ID: 4062
School: School of Human Services and Sciences
Program: Psychology
Status: Completed
Start date: January 2021
End Date: December 2021

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Paludneviciene, R., Knight, T., Firl, G., Luttrell, K., Takayama, K., & Kushalnagar, P. (2021). Perception of COVID-19 physical distancing effectiveness and contagiousness of asymptomatic individuals: A cross sectional survey of deaf and hard of hearing adults in U.S. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 07/02/2021:21103

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Perception of COVID-19 physical distancing effectiveness and contagiousness of asymptomatic individuals: A cross sectional survey of deaf and hard of hearing adults in U.S.