Extended Data Fig. 1: Adherence change estimates from mobile-phone mobility data by institutional and interpersonal trust levels. | Nature Human Behaviour

Extended Data Fig. 1: Adherence change estimates from mobile-phone mobility data by institutional and interpersonal trust levels.

From: A worldwide assessment of changes in adherence to COVID-19 protective behaviours and hypothesized pandemic fatigue

Extended Data Fig. 1

Panels a, b, c, d, e and f plot coefficients representing changes in mobility relative to the baseline period (0 to 30 days after first required measure), controlling for containment policies. These were estimated in multilevel models with two levels: time (level 1 - days) and countries (level 2) with a first-order auto-regressive residual covariance structure. Dotted lines represent baseline behaviour level and error bars indicate 95% confidence intervals. Effects for high and low trust were estimated by interacting median-split dummies of each type of trust with time dummies. Sample includes data for only 50 countries (that have trust indicators from the World Values Survey). Models with additional controls (Gini coefficient, income level and the other type of trust) and continuous trust moderators are available in Supplementary Tables 3a–d,i.

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