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Mental health effects of COVID-19 revealed in new study

American Psychologist
the University of Bath’s Department of Psychology:“The COVID-19
the Department of Psychology at Bath

Hannah Rettie
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It also highlights the particular effect that the pandemic had on the people whom the U.K. government identified as vulnerable.The research, which appears in the journal American Psychologist, could help inform future mental health strategies for dealing with the psychological consequences of the pandemic.Stay informed with live updates on the current COVID-19 outbreak and visit our coronavirus hub for more advice on prevention and treatment.COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on people’s physical health. People react to distressing events in different ways, with some reactions having a more detrimental effect than others on a person’s quality of life.In the present study, the authors wanted to identify the general level of psychological distress that people experienced during the pandemic and the resulting lockdown in the U.K., as well as the factors that meant that some people experienced more distress than others.The authors also looked specifically at people whom the U.K. government classed as vulnerable to COVID-19.

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