COVID Survey Canada: Risk and Resilience of Post-Traumatic Stress and Growth During the COVID-19 Global PandemicTAGS: pandemics, psychology, emotional distress ·
Principal Investigators: Dr. Renée El-Gabalawy (University of Manitoba), Dr. Kristin Reynolds (University of Manitoba) and Dr. Natalie Mota (University of Manitoba).
The COVID-19 pandemic presents unprecedented challenges that will likely result in increased mental health symptoms. It causes serious threats to people’s well-being, and may be associated with high degrees of perceived threat—a well-established predictor of posttraumatic stress. Physical distancing mandates may...
TAGS: pandemics, psychology, emotional distress ·
Principal Investigators: Gordon J. G. Asmundson (University of Regina) and Steven Taylor (University of British Columbia)
COVID-19 arose in December 2019 in Wuhan, China and has rapidly spread throughout China and other parts of the world. For pandemics, such as COVID-19, psychological factors play a major role in the spreading and containment of infection. These individual factors help determine whether...