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Supplementary materials for How fear of Covid-19 leads to differential attitudes between nonphysician healthcare workers and other essential occupations.

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posted on 2023-12-05, 02:51 authored by Dawn ChowDawn Chow, Gary Ting Tat Ng

Supplementary materials for How fear of Covid-19 leads to differential attitudes between nonphysician healthcare workers and other essential occupations.

We examine two competing hypotheses about how individual differences in fear of Covid-19 influence attitudes toward nurses, hospital janitors and garbage collectors. On one hand, fear of Covid-19 can predict less warmth toward nurses because fear may lead to avoidance and contempt. On the other hand, fear of Covid-19 can predict greater warmth toward nurses because greater fear of Covid-19 could alternatively imply greater cognizance of the contribution that nurses make, and the risk they undertake.

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