Garbage In, Garbage Out: The Tenuous State of Research on PTSD in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic and InfodemicTAGS: pandemics, covid-19, ptsd ·
Authored by: Gordon J. G. Asmundson & Steven Taylor
In this editorial, the authors discuss the issue of the “infodemic” that is currently occurring with COVID-19-related research. Researchers have been rushing to conduct and publish studies about COVID-19 so that much-needed scientific advancements can occur as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, rushing research can create serious problems like flawed study techniques,...
TAGS: covid-19 ·
COVID-19-related stress responses - Have levels of COVID-19-related stress and anxiety decreased since the onset of the pandemic?
TAGS: pandemics, covid-19 ·
Authored by: Renee El-Gabaway & Jordana Sommer
Modeling Anxiety and Fear of COVID-19 Using Machine Learning in a Sample of Chinese Adults: Associations with Psychopathology, Sociodemographic, and Exposure VariablesTAGS: pandemics, covid-19 ·
Authored by: Jon D. Elhai, Haibo Yang, Dean McKay, Gordon J. G. Asmundson, & Christian Montag
Effects of Anxiety Sensitivity, Disgust, and Intolerance of Uncertainty on the COVID Stress Syndrome: A Longitudinal Assessment of Transdiagnostic Constructs and the Behavioural Immune SystemTAGS: pandemics, covid-19 ·
Authored by: Michelle M. Paluszek, Aleiia J. N. Asmundson, Caeleigh A. Landry, Dean McKay, Steven Taylor, & Gordon J. G. Asmundson
People differ in their emotional (e.g., anxiety, worry), mental (e.g., repeated thoughts about the virus, prejudice towards foreigners), and behavioural (e.g., repeatedly checking for information about the virus) responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. These responses, also known as COVID...