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Mental Health Status and Influencing Factors among College Students under the Epidemic Situation of COVID-19

Zhongshuang Zhang, Yong Zhou, Hongqin Liu, Yonghe Chang, Yingdong Gao, Zisheng Zhao


The impact of public health emergencies is multi-faceted, and the dominant impact is relatively easy to recover, such as physiological damage; Hidden effects like psychological trauma, requires a longer recovery period. This paper focuses on the psychological impact of COVID 19 on college students, and focuses on their mental health status and influencing factors.


Novel Coronavirus; Coronavirus Outbreak; Mental Health of College Students

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i3.2066