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Nicole Bartek; Jessica L. Peck; Dawn Garzon (et al.)
Katherine A. Thompson; Anna M. Bardone‑Cone
Kelly Dean Schwartz; Deinera Exner-Cortens; Carly A. McMorris (et al.)
Christian M. Connell; Michael J. Strambler
This study aims to estimate household exposure to COVID-19 related stress and the association with parent report of neglectful, harsh, and positive discipline practices. Cross sectional survey data was collected from 2,068 parents in the Northeastern US. Parents reported personal and household experiences of COVID-19 stressors, their level of distress, and use of neglectful parenting and discipline practices for a randomly selected child in their home. Analyses estimated rates of COVID-19 related stress and parenting practices. Logistic regression was used to assess the relation of COVID-19 stress to parenting behaviors.
Laurel Elder; Steven Greene
This article seeks to understand the economic, mental health, and political impacts on American parents in the era of Covid‐19. It draws on survey data from a diverse national sample collected in September 2020 and employs multivariate analysis to explore how Covid‐19 has uniquely affected the attitudes and life experiences of American parents.
Heidi Preis; Brittain Mahaffey; Susmita Pati (et al.)
Gertrud Sofie Hafstad; Sjur Skjørshammer Sætren; Tore Wentzel-Larsena
Jiayu Li; Danni Zhan; Yuhong Zhou (et al.)
Wen Li; Zijing Wang; Guanghai Wang (et al.)
Wenxin Xu; Wei Shen; Shen Wang
This study aims to explore the intervention effect of aerobic exercise in combination with acceptance and commitment therapy on mental health of adolescents during the outbreak of COVID-19 based on the theory of the dual-factor model of mental health. 1200 adolescents aged 12–19 in Fujian Province, China were screened by means of the dual-factor model of mental health from March to April 2020.
Itisha Sharma; Deepti Kiran
Annalaura Nocentini; Benedetta Emanuela Palladino; Ersilia Menesini
Delfina Janiri; Lorenzo Moccia; Luigi Dattoli (et al.)
Cindy H. Liu; Leena Mittal; Carmina Erdei
Parents of neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) infants are at
high risk for perinatal mental health problems, which can
impact infant and family outcomes. The COVID-19
pandemic is a major environmental stressor that may compound family psychiatric distress in the NICU, with heightened health-related worries predisposing NICU mothers to
exacerbation of mental health issues. This study examines
how COVID-19-related health worries might moderate the
effect of the NICU experience on maternal mental health
Xu Chen; Han Qi; Rui Liu (et al.)
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