Can COVID-19 related mental health issues be measured?

Ransing, R. and Ramalho, R. and Orsolini, L. and Adiukwu, F. and Gonzalez-Diaz, J.M. and Larnaout, A. and Pinto da Costa, M. and Grandinetti, P. and Bytyçi, D.G. and Shalbafan, M. and Patil, I. and Nofal, M. and Pereira-Sanchez, V. and Kilic, O. (2020) Can COVID-19 related mental health issues be measured? Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 88. pp. 32-34.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: abnormal thinking; anxiety; anxiety assessment; construct validity; convergent validity; coronavirus anxiety scale; coronavirus disease 2019; coronavirus disease stress scale; disease association; DSM-5; fear of coronavirus disease 2019 scale; health care personnel; human; ICD-10; ICD-11; internal consistency; Letter; mental disease; mental disease assessment; obsession with coronavirus disease 2019 scale; phobia; posttraumatic stress disorder; priority journal; quarantine; sensitivity and specificity; social isolation; social stigma; validation process; Betacoronavirus; Coronavirus infection; depression; mental health; mental stress; pandemic; psychometry; reproducibility; virus pneumonia, Anxiety; Betacoronavirus; Coronavirus Infections; Depression; Humans; Mental Health; Outcome Assessment, Health Care; Pandemics; Pneumonia, Viral; Psychometrics; Reproducibility of Results; Stress, Psychological
Subjects: WM Psychiatry
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Date Deposited: 22 Sep 2020 07:42
Last Modified: 22 Sep 2020 07:42

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