In retrospect, we saw it coming. And so did the members of my lab that took this project and ran with it. Peter and I talked with my lab about the project that same day, and my graduate student Jessica Ayers was enthusiastic about taking the lead with the study design and data collection. She designed the study, submitted the IRB, and we requested a rush on the approval. Just four days later on March 6, we started collecting data. We asked 497 people from around the world about their willingness to help people, their feelings of interdependence with others and a lot of other questions. And a few days later, on March 11, WHO declared a pandemic. We collected our second round of data just a few days after that.