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Lisa K. Forbes; Margaret R. Lamar; Megan Speciale (et al.)
Mengxue Li; Lili Li; Feng Wu (et al.)
This study aimed to compare the differences of depressive symptoms and perceived family cohesion and adaptability between adolescents and parents during the pandemic; to explore the association between depressive symptoms and family cohesion and adaptability. A total of 8,940 adolescents (45.77% males; Mean age=15.31±0.018 years old) and their parents (24.34% males; Mean age=40.78±0.60 years old) from Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China, participated in the survey and completed several questionnaires online.
Elizabeth M. Westrupp; Mark A. Stokes; Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz (et al.)
Ozge Misirli; Funda Ergulec
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.
Anne E. Kazak; Melissa Alderfer; Paul T. Enlow
Randy G. Quendan; Reiner B. Lingad; Ivan Efreaim A. Gozum
Rafat Ghanamah; Hazar Eghbaria-Ghanamah
Yasuaki Shinomiya; Arika Yoshizaki; Emi Murata (et al.)
Rachel G. Curtis; Timothy Olds; Ty Ferguson (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
Claudia Calvano; Lara Engelke; Jessica Di Bella (et al.)
Jonas Vlachos; Edvin Hertegard; Helena B. Svaleryd
Stephen P. Becker; Melissa R. Dvorsky; Rosanna Breaux (et al.)
Tom Bailey; Richard P. Hastings; V. Totsika
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