In this pandemic era, change in human behavior is the strongest basis for slowing the spread of the ongoing pandemic. In addition, disruptive change also demands the need for adaptation in various layers of life. Psychosophia Vol. 2, No. 2 (December 2020) presents two articles related to the psychological effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Other papers address psychological issues in prison and the implementation of self-regulated learning of student's low socioeconomic status. The next paper discusses character education in the Islamic Psychology view. Therefore, in this issue, we have entitled "The Psychological Dynamics on Pandemic Period."