Social Distancing Mental Health Surveys

Designed by Junior Scientists Nico Bustamante, Miah Soto and Anjali Basdeo, these surveys were designed for NYC students to give feedback about themselves and their experiences learning remotely and physically distancing. It also probed at their behaviors. See the surveys and results below.

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A screen shot of the survey administered to students.
Take the Survey Here

This is our Working at Home: A Self Evaluation survey. It allows the user to record how they are currently.
This survey also allows us to see the results of our population (teenage students) and any patterns in their responses.  

BuzzFeed Quiz

Our Buzzfeed quiz is to help ease the boredom and overwhelmingness of being at home for a long period of time.

This quiz will give you activities that you may have forgotten about and will make quarantine that much better.

This quiz was a light and fun way to have participants assess their activity and behavior.
Take the Buzzfeed Quiz here

Survey Results and Presentation

Access the full Google Slides here

Project Abstract

A human-killing virus? Self quarantine? Online work and school? It seems as if the world is changing too fast for us to react; because of this, our mental health is at stake. It is important for us to record how we feel during these times and to remember that we are not alone. In this project we sent out a self-reflective survey that records how you have been feeling and updates you on how others feel. A Buzzfeed quiz was also sent out to determine an activity for everyone at home. Our hope is that our project will not only be of use during these quarantined times but can be used for mental health exercises for the long term.