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September 11, 2020

Worries, Strategies and Confidence of Older Chinese Adults During the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

Results from online surveys disseminated to Chinese adults during the initial (n=1,148) and second stages (n=470) of the COVID-19 pandemic showed that watchfulness among older Chinese adults fluctuated over time and their worries gradually increased. In the first wave, older adults were less likely to worry about being infected by COVID-19 and reported less attention…

August 31, 2020

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Mental Health in the General Chinese Population: Changes, Predictors and Psychosocial Correlates

Among 1,390 Chinese citizens who responded to two online surveys taken during two successive waves of COVID-19 infections, fear and stress related to the pandemic decreased significantly, while depression increased significantly. Younger people, people with lower incomes, and people with a recent experience of quarantine due to known or suspected infection all were more likely…