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« Mental Health and Coping Strategies During COVID-19 Outbreak : A field study on a sample of citizens in some Arab countries »

ASJP, Volume 14, Numéro 2, pages 483-505 , par Chaire UNESCO de développement curriculaire (CUDC), Olivier Arvisais

Olivier Arvisais est professeur au Département de didactique de l’UQAM, co-président du comité scientifique de la CUDC et chercheur associé à l’OCCAH

Paper is published in arabic.

Abstract : The study aimed at identifying the level of mental health and coping strategies during COVID-19 outbreak in some Arab countries. The researchers used the descriptive-analytical method (survey). The results showed high level of mental health with study sample. The psychological and emotional changes were the most common, which ranked first, followed by cognitive changes, while behavioral changes were ranked third by a percentage, and physical changes came fourth in the last place. The results showed that there are statistically significant differences in the level of mental health attributable to the variables : (gender, age, country, marital status, educational level, nature of work, health status).Regarding the used coping strategies were : prayer, supplication, communicating with friends through social media and other strategies.

Pour lire l’article : https://www.asjp.cerist.dz/en/article/163212

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