Professor José P. Espada, is interviewed about the effects that the confinement situation is having on the population and its possible consequences. In the interview it is explained how the population is managing and adapting to the new situation of preventive isolation, the current and future emotional consequences that it will entail and the emergence of a value and behaviour change in people in this situation of social alarm. Also, some risk factors that may be making it difficult to face the situation and the importance of psychological assistance in these cases are noted. All these aspects are discussed, emphasizing also the strength of the human being and the emergence of collectivist behaviours of collaboration and mutual support. You can consult the interview by clicking here.