Anxiety and Depression in adolescents victims of Bullying after COVID-19 confinement. Longitudinal Study
The aim of this prospective longitudinal study is to analyze the effects that events related to the Covid-19 pandemic have had on the emotional state of adolescent victims and not victims of bullying. For this purpose, the scores obtained in anxiety and depression in and between both groups before, during and after confinement were compared. It has been found that during confinement measures in anxiety and depression increased among adolescents not victims of bullying, while they decreased significantly in those who were victims. After confinement and after the first school year on-site, anxiety and depression have decreased in the non-victim group and increased significantly in the victim group, moreover, while for the former these symptoms are strongly associated with concerns as a new social estrangement, for the latter they are associated with negative thoughts about the present and the future.
Ansiedad y Estrés
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