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Analysis of the mental state of the population of China and Russia during the COVID-19 pandemic

Fang Ju. ., Li We. ., Wu Qi. ., Qiu Ji. ., Ognev Al. Se.

DOI: 10.21626/j-chr/2020-4(25)/1
UDK: 159.97(510+470)
Article received: 04.09.2020
Article accepted for print: 20.12.2020
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The article describes the results of surveys of citizens of China and Russia during the period of their isolation as a preventive measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, provides typical responses to isolation and suggests areas of work to overcome the negative consequences of such restrictions.

Keywords:  

COVID-19 pandemics, psychological reactions, mental state, new corona epidemic, mental health status, psychological assistance.

This article is available only in the Russian language

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Fang Ju. .

School of Education, Hainan Normal University Associate Professor fangjuan_hainan@163.com Haikou, 571158, P. R. China PhD in Psychological Sciences

Li We. .

School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Southern Medical University student leejo8085@163.com Guangzhou 510515, P. R. China

Wu Qi. .

School of Elementary Education, Hainan Normal University Postgraduate of Primary Education 1979084673@qq.com Haikou, 571158, P. R. China

Qiu Ji. .

School of Education, Hainan Normal University Postgraduate of Educational Principle 575392658@qq.com Haikou, 571158, P. R. China

Ognev Al. Se.

ANO VO “Russian New University” Scientific Director of the Institute of Psychology and Pedagogy altognev@mail.ru 105005, Moscow, st. Radio, 22 Doctor of Psychological Sciences Professor