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WHY DO PEOPLE HIGH IN COVID-19 WORRY HAVE MORE MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS? THE ROLES OF RESILIENCE AND MEANING IN LIFE
The existing literature has not adequately studied the influence of COVID-19 worry on mental health disorders. This study tested the mediating roles of resilience and meaning in life between COVID-19 worry and mental health disorders. Subjects and methods: We recruited 284 Arabic speaking young adults (60.6% females; mean age = 26.25±7.57 years) to complete the COVID-19 Worry Scale, Brief Resilience Scale, Meaning in Life Measure, and Patient Health Questionnaire-9. Results: Results showed thatdoi:10.24869/psyd.2020.512 fatcat:dpoqr6ooq5ewvcnhrph57hcn2i