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Creativity as a Means to Well-Being in Times of COVID-19 Pandemic: Results of a Cross-Cultural Study 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 2021, 卷号: 12, 页码: 16
Authors:  Tang, Min;  Hofreiter, Sebastian;  Reiter-Palmon, Roni;  Bai, Xinwen;  Murugavel, Vignesh
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COVID-19  creative process engagement  creative growth  social connectedness  employees  social well-being  flourishing well-being  cross-cultural study  
The prevalence and risk factors of depression in prenatal and postnatal women in China with the outbreak of Corona Virus Disease 2019 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS, 2021, 卷号: 282, 页码: 1203-1209
Authors:  Li, Chuanxiao;  Huo, Lijuan;  Wang, Ruoxi;  Qi, Ling;  Wang, Wenjia;  Zhou, Xin;  Zhou, Yongjie;  Zhang, Xiangyang
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Maternal health  Depression  Anxiety  Insomnia  Corona Virus Disease 2019  
Providing targeted psychological support to frontline nurses involved in the management of COVID-19: An action research 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF NURSING MANAGEMENT, 2021, 页码: 11
Authors:  Chen, Shao-Hua;  Liu, Jun-E;  Bai, Xiao-Yu;  Yue, Peng;  Luo, Shi-Xiang
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action research  coronavirus disease 2019  nurse  psychological needs  support  
Gut microbiota in antiviral strategy from bats to humans: a missing link in COVID-19 期刊论文
SCIENCE CHINA-LIFE SCIENCES, 2021, 页码: 15
Authors:  Luo, Jia;  Liang, Shan;  Jin, Feng
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COVID-19  SARS-CoV-2  gut microbiota  bat  anti-inflammatory  antiviral  
Effects of sources of social support and resilience on the mental health of different age groups during the COVID-19 pandemic 期刊论文
BMC PSYCHIATRY, 2021, 卷号: 21, 期号: 1, 页码: 14
Authors:  Li, Fugui;  Luo, Sihui;  Mu, Weiqi;  Li, Yanmei;  Ye, Liyuan;  Zheng, Xueying;  Xu, Bing;  Ding, Yu;  Ling, Ping;  Zhou, Mingjie;  Chen, Xuefeng
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COVID-19  Social support  Resilience  Mental health  Age difference  
国内新冠肺炎疫情下的工作、家庭关系及其对负面情绪影响的性别差异 期刊论文
妇女研究论丛, 2021, 期号: 02, 页码: 40-52
Authors:  张春泥;  周洁
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新冠肺炎疫情  负面情绪  工作  家庭关系  性别差异  
新冠疫情防控常态下的积极偏差法及其在社区人群健康促进中的应用探索 期刊论文
中国中西医结合杂志, 2021, 卷号: 41, 期号: 03, 页码: 376-379
Authors:  张颖;  王献蜜;  张可可;  张清;  王济;  马珠江;  刘建平
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健康促进  定性研究  积极偏差法  焦点组访谈  新型冠状病毒肺炎  
Subjective Well-Being of Chinese Sina Weibo Users in Residential Lockdown During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Machine Learning Analysis 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL INTERNET RESEARCH, 2020, 卷号: 22, 期号: 12, 页码: 13
Authors:  Wang, Yilin;  Wu, Peijing;  Liu, Xiaoqian;  Li, Sijia;  Zhu, Tingshao;  Zhao, Nan
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COVID-19  residential lockdown  subjective well-being  online ecological recognition  
The prevalence and risk factors of psychological disturbances of frontline medical staff in china under the COVID-19 epidemic: Workload should be concerned 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS, 2020, 卷号: 277, 页码: 510-514
Authors:  Zhou, Yongjie;  Wang, Wenjuan;  Sun, Yanping;  Qian, Wei;  Liu, Zhengkui;  Wang, Ruoxi;  Qi, Ling;  Yang, Jiezhi;  Song, Xiuli;  Zhou, Xin;  Zeng, Lingyun;  Liu, Tiebang;  Li, Zezhi;  Zhang, Xiangyang
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Covid-19  Health workers  Psychosocial disturbances  Prevalence  Risk factor  
Twitter Discussions and Emotions About the COVID-19 Pandemic: Machine Learning Approach 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL INTERNET RESEARCH, 2020, 卷号: 22, 期号: 11, 页码: 14
Authors:  Xue, Jia;  Chen, Junxiang;  Hu, Ran;  Chen, Chen;  Zheng, Chengda;  Su, Yue;  Zhu, Tingshao
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machine learning  Twitter data  COVID-19  infodemic  infodemiology  infoveillance  public discussion  public sentiment  Twitter  social media  virus