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Home > Arhiva > 2021 > Numar: 1 > Gender and Age-Related Differences in Depression, Anxiety and Stress during the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study

Articole de: Mona Vintilă

Nr. 1 / 2021 - The Relationship between Life Satisfaction, Happiness and Parental Acceptance in this Pandemic of Covid-19 Period
This period of Coronavirus that created the -19 pandemic is stressful for most people, fear occurring about this disease can be overwhelming and can cause strong negative emotions for adults and also...
Nr. 1 / 2021 - Gender and Age-Related Differences in Depression, Anxiety and Stress during the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study
The COVID-19 pandemic brings with it several psychosocial stressors. The present study aims to investigate how mental health is affected by these stressors and whether there are gender and age differe...
Nr. 1 / 2020 - The Benefits and Consequences of Using Modern Information and Communication Technology
Modern information and communication technology offers to the users the opportunity to quickly obtain information, to be always up to date with what is happening in society and on a professional level...
Nr. 1 / 2020 - Psycho-oncology – Between Achievements and Challenges
The increase of the efficiency of oncological treatments has allowed a greater openness in communicating the diagnosis and in exploring the psychological difficulties associated with this disease. Psy...
Nr. 1 / 2018 - The role of Social Support on Internet Addiction
Internet addiction has been defined as a technology addiction, characterized by non-specific online activities that increase the time spent online, causing major disruptions in the life of the individ...


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