PAS-Co : Psychological Adjustment and Symptoms During COVID-19

Study Aims

Stressful events such as pandemics are associated with a range of psychological distress symptoms, including traumatic stress symptoms, general anxiety, and depression. Little is known about the nature, prevalence, duration and course of these responses. For some they are transient (less than a month) but for others they are more persistent. The study aims to discover the pattern of symptoms associated with COVID-19 pandemic to better understand the psychological needs of the wider population. It also aims to examine factors that may contribute to the maintenance of and recovery from symptoms over a 3-month time-course. This will help us identify important psychological mechanisms.

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