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In the summer of 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we conducted a study of 1,510 Americans regarding how they adapted religious, spiritual, and relational practices to the shutdowns surrounding the pandemic. We employed a “mixed methods design” meaning that we obtained both quantitative (numerical) and qualitative (textual) information from respondents. Because of the complex nature of the pandemic and of the data we collected, and because of our commitment to providing accurate, meaningful, and helpful information about the pandemic, we have been working carefully and systematically to have a deep and nuanced understanding of these findings. We have written several manuscripts based on these data and publications reporting these analyses will begin appearing in late 2021 or early 2022.

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