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Kathryn E. Wilson, Andrew Corbett, Andrew Van Horn, Diego Guevara Beltran, Jessica D. Ayers, Joe Alcock, and Athena Aktipis

circumstances led to a sharp increase in psychological distress in the weeks immediately following the pandemic response, 3 – 6 accompanied by corresponding changes in health behaviors, such as a reduction in physical activity (PA). 7 Longitudinal analyses indicate that psychological distress was at its

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Viviene A. Temple

adapt to the lifestyle changes resulting from pandemic responses. Experiences of both large and small contexts, from a health service provider supporting 11,000 people with ID ( Mills et al., 2020 ), to a small 352-bed research and clinical hospital ( Buono et al., 2021 ), to a family unit ( Kim et