As part of JBPA's rapid review of COVID-19 related manuscripts, we have published the following papers:

 

Using Behavioral Science to help fight the Coronavirus
Peter D. Lunn, Cameron A. Belton, Ciaran Lavin, Feidhlim P. McGowan, Shane Timmons and Deirdre A. Robertson
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration (2020), 3(1). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.31.147

Slowing COVID-19 transmission as a social dilemma: Lessons for government officials from interdisciplinary research on cooperation
Tim Johnson, Christopher T. Dawes, James H. Fowler and Oleg Smirnov 
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration (2020), 3(1). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.31.150

Government reputational effects of COVID-19 public health actions: A job opportunity evaluation conjoint experiment
Michael J. Nelson and Christopher Witko
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration (2020), 3(1). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.31.174

How to encourage “Togetherness by Keeping Apart” amid COVID-19? The ineffectiveness of prosocial and empathy appeals
Nathan Favero and Mogens Jin Pedersen
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration (2020), 3(2). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.32.167

Partisan polarization and resistance to elite messages: Results from survey experiments on social distancing
Syon P. Bhanot and Daniel J. Hopkins
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.32.178

Is self-reported social distancing susceptible to social desirability bias? Using the cross-wise model to elicit snsitive behaviors
Ulrich Thy Jensen
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.32.182

Age-based messaging strategies for communication about COVID-19
Stephen M. Utych and Luke Fowler
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration (2020), 3(1). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.31.151

To shop or shelter? Issue framing effects and social-distancing preferences in the COVID-19 pandemic
Aaron Deslatte
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration (2020), 3(1). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.31.158