The Impact of the Coronavirus on our Psychology Today, the world had been put in a dangerous situation that had worried everyone in this planet. Radio and television shows had uninterrupted coverage of the latest death figures and depending on who you follow, social media platforms had been full of scary statistics, practical advice, or dark humor. Due to some responses to diseases that had evolved over the centuries, the fear of contagion had led us to be more conformist and primitive, and less receptive to eccentricity. Our more conservative moral judgments and social attitudes had become stricter when we consider issues like immigration or sexual freedom and equality. Recent reports of increased xenophobia and racism had been the first sign of this, but if scientific research predictions are correct, they had reflected much deeper psychological and social changes. Since humans are a social species that had evolved to live in large groups, the behavioral immune system also had modified interactions with people to minimize the spread of disease, leading to a kind of instinctive social distancing. In conclusion, many psychological aspects had been raised since the COVID-19 is spreading around the world, it is important to continue researching about this to analyze future behaviors.