Introducing the COVID-19 crisis Special Education Needs Coping Survey.
PsyArXiv , 2021.
Dukes D., Van Herwegen J., Bolshakov N., et a.
Individuals with special education needs have been particularly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as they have been shown to be at high risk of losing medical and institutional support at a time when people are being asked to stay isolated, suffering increased anxiety and depression as a consequence. Their families have often found themselves under tremendous pressure to provide support, engendering financial hardship, and physical and emotional strains. In such times, it is vital that international collaborations assess the impact on the individuals and their families, affording the opportunity to make national and international comparisons of how people have coped and what needs to be done to optimize the measures taken by families, associations and governments. This paper introduces one such collaboration.
Resource Change Representation in the Russian Population after the First Three Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic Outbreak
, , et al., Psychology. Journal of the Higher School of Economics 2021 Vol. 18 No. 2 P. 247-258
The 2019 Coronavirus disease outbreak leads to negative psychological outcomes not only for healthcare workers and patients, but also for the general public. S. Hobfoll’s Conservation of Resources theory is one of the most applicable models for conceptualizing and evaluating natural and social catastrophes and their impact. A web-based screening has been conducted at the ...
Added: July 5, 2021
, , / Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in Transition. Series DP "BOFIT Discussion Papers". 2021. No. 9.
Added: July 31, 2021
Год на дистанте: с какими трудностями столкнулись студенты и чему нас научил массовый переход в онлайн
, , et al., М. : НИУ ВШЭ, 2021
Год назад, в марте 2020 года, в соответствии с рекомендацией Министерства науки и высшего образования РФ большинство российских университетов перевели сотрудников на удаленную работу и организовали дистанционное обучение студентов. Этот переход привел к трансформации привычной структуры образовательного процесса и студенческого опыта. Чтобы понять, какие уроки преподнесла пандемия российскому высшему образованию, мы предлагаем вспомнить события годичной ...
Added: May 2, 2021
Anxiety, concerns and COVID-19: Cross-country perspectives from families and individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions
, , et al., Journal of Global Health 2023 Vol. 13 Article 04081
Background The COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on the mental health and well-being of children with neurodevelopmental conditions (NDCs) and of their families worldwide. However, there is insufficient evidence to understand how different factors (e.g., individual, family, country, children) have impacted on anxiety levels of families and their children with NDCs developed over time. Methods We used ...
Added: July 31, 2023
, , , / Высшая школа экономики. Series SOC "Sociology". 2021. No. 99.
Vaccination is the main tool available to handle the COVID-19 pandemic globally. Though no vaccine is proven to be 100% effective, vaccination secures against getting seriously ill and dying from the disease. Russia announced the development of its first domestic vaccine back in August 2020 and launched the nationwide immunization campaign at the beginning of ...
Added: December 21, 2021
, , , Educational studies 2021 No. 1 P. 115-137
Transition to distance learning during the COVID‑19 lockdown in spring 2020 was a challenge to the education system in general and higher education in particular. Applied Sciences were unanimously recognized as the most affected due to their focuson practical skills, being closely tied to the institutional infrastructure, and a moderate curriculum digitalization. This article describes ...
Added: April 8, 2021
, , et al., Психологическая наука и образование 2022 Т. 27 № 6 С. 84-101
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, educational institutions switched to distance learning in March 2020. The study focuses on how the sudden transition affected the level of teachers’ anxiety and professional burnout. A total of 282 teachers from general education schools participated in the study. The results showed that the teachers successfully coped with ...
Added: January 16, 2023
, , et al., / Global Labor Organization. Series "GLO Discussion Paper". 2021. No. 845.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a substantial increase in the prevalence of working from home among white-collar occupations. This can have important implications for the future of the workplace and quality of life. We discuss an additional implication, which we label reverse brain drain: the possibility that white-collar migrant workers return to live in ...
Added: June 4, 2021
Covid-19 in the Arctic: Briefing Document for Senior Arctic Officials, Senior Arctic Officials executive meeting Iceland, 24-25 June 2020
, Arctic Council, 2020
The Arctic Council is well-positioned to play a leadership role in better understanding the impact of Covid-19 in the Arctic and spearheading activities to respond to the pandemic in the short-, medium- and longer-term. This briefing document was prepared to inform initial discussions regarding the coronavirus pandemic in the Arctic at the Senior Arctic Officials’ ...
Added: August 7, 2020
, , , Мониторинг общественного мнения: Экономические и социальные перемены 2020 № 6 С. 266-283
The measurement problem of sensitive questions does not have a universal solution and varies both by topic and by country. It is especially relevant during the crisis when fake information can produce dangerous social consequences. We measured the proportion of those who believe in rumors regarding COVID-19 among Russian students based on the list experiment. ...
Added: January 3, 2021
, , et al., Университетское управление: практика и анализ 2020 Т. 24 № 4 С. 22-29
In the spring of 2020, due to the threat of COVID-19, most Russian universities switched to distant learning. The forced transition imposed new demands on faculty and students, who had to adapt quickly to the new educational conditions. These changes have raised concerns about the quality of distant learning. The purpose of this study was ...
Added: December 20, 2020
Psychological distress and post-traumatic symptomatology among dental healthcare workers in Russia: Results of a pilot study
, , et al., International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol. 18 Article 708
The spread of SARS-CoV-2 infection has increased the risk of mental health problems, including post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), and healthcare workers (HCWs) are at greater risk than other occupational groups. This observational cross-sectional study aimed to explore the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD among dental HCWs in Russia during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) ...
Added: January 15, 2021
An open-sourced, web-based application to analyze weekly excess mortality based on the Short-term Mortality Fluctuations data series
, , , Plos One 2021 Vol. 16 No. 2 P. 1-10
The COVID-19 pandemic stimulated the interest of scientists, decision makers and the general public in short-term mortality fluctuations caused by epidemics and other natural or man-made disasters. To address this interest and provide a basis for further research, in May 2020, the Short-term Mortality Fluctuations data series was launched as a new section of the ...
Added: February 8, 2021
Stress and worry in the 2020 coronavirus pandemic: relationships to trust and compliance with preventive measures across 48 countries in the COVIDiSTRESS global survey
, , et al., Royal Society Open Science 2021 Vol. 8 No. 2 Article 200589
The COVIDiSTRESS global survey collects data on early human responses to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic from 173 429 respondents in 48 countries. The open science study was co-designed by an international consortium of researchers to investigate how psychological responses differ across countries and cultures, and how this has impacted behaviour, coping and trust in government ...
Added: March 14, 2021
, ИНТЕРакция. ИНТЕРвью. ИНТЕРпретация 2019 Т. 11 № 17 С. 46-60
This paper considers women’s fear of male violence experienced in motion. The topic has been developed in the Anglo-American feminist geography and criminology in the 1970–90s. I attempt to describe urban contexts of fear of male violence considering women everyday mobility. As theoretical framework I use work by geographer Doreen Massey, supplemented by ideas from ...
Added: October 30, 2019
Пенза : МЦНС "Наука и просвещение", 2020
Настоящий сборник составлен по материалам XX Международной научнопрактической конференции «European Scientific Conference», состоявшейся 17 мая 2020 г. в г. Пенза. В сборнике научных трудов рассматриваются современные проблемы науки и практики применения результатов научных исследований. Сборник предназначен для научных работников, преподавателей, аспирантов, магистрантов, студентов с целью использования в научной работе и учебной деятельности. Ответственность за аутентичность ...
Added: August 17, 2020
Гормоны и перспективы: психологические и эндокринные показатели хронической тревоги и стресса у школьников и студентов "трех Россий"
, , et al., Вестник Пермского федерального исследовательского центра 2015 № 4 С. 97-105
The aim of the study is to describe the complex psychological and endocrine characteristics of stress reaction in groups of schoolchildren and students living in places with different degrees of urbanization. The study involved 983 students and schoolchildren from Moscow, Perm, Kudymkar, and settlement Beloevo (Perm Krai). The results: 1) the transition to university has ...
Added: April 28, 2020
Digital Isolation and Ecological Abstraction. Interconnecting with the Environment during Pandemic Times
, , Comunicazioni Sociali 2020 Vol. 3 P. 417-429
For environmental activists and ecological pressure groups, Covid-19 gives an opportunity to readdress the urgencies of climate change as well as humanity’s exploitative habits, including extended travelling, meat consumption and the exploitation of wild life. In this article, we employ multi-sited online ethnography to analyze three frames of environmental communication that emerged during the early ...
Added: March 8, 2021
, Население и экономика 2020 Т. 4 № 2 С. 18-25
Global drama of pandemic has caused the deep reduction of consumption of wealthy strata, unemployment and isolation. Huge number of people around the Globe is facing the step back to basic needs by Maslow pyramid: physiological needs and security. Adaptation of people to the new situation goes difficult, while somewhat easier for employed in intellectual ...
Added: April 25, 2020
, , , Вопросы психологии 2021 Т. 67 № 6 С. 65-77
This paper presents the results of a longitude study conducted on samples of Moscow and Kazan students before (2016-2019) and during (2020-2021) the COVID-19 pandemic. The sample of Kazan is represented by pre-pandemic data and responses during the first wave COVID-19. The Moscow data was collected before the pandemic and during the three waves of ...
Added: October 31, 2022
Prevalence of symptoms, ever having received a diagnosis and treatment of depression and anxiety, and associations with health service use amongst the general population in two Russian cities
, , et al., BMC Psychiatry 2020 Vol. 20 P. 537
Background Little is known about the burden of common mental disorders in Russia despite high levels of suicide and alcohol-related mortality. Here we investigated levels of symptoms, self-reports of ever having received a diagnosis and treatment of anxiety and depression in two Russian cities. Methods The study population was men and women aged 35–69 years old participating in cross-sectional ...
Added: November 20, 2020
Yoga and exercise for symptoms of depression and anxiety in people with post-stroke disability: A pilot randomised controlled trial
, , , Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 2012 Vol. 18 No. 3 P. 34-43
CONTEXT: Mood disorders are prevalent in people after stroke, and a disorder's onset can exacerbate stroke-related disabilities. While evidence supports the mental-health benefits of participation in exercise and yoga, it is unknown whether such benefits extend to a population with poststroke hemiparesis. OBJECTIVE: The study investigated whether supplementing exercise with participation in a yoga program would ...
Added: November 1, 2018
, , Environment and Planning A 2021 Vol. 53 No. 4 P. 612-615
Spatial inequality can lead to unexpected consequences, especially in large countries like Russia. State officials’ attempts to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic led to a national lockdown, which was supposed to dramatically reduce the daily mobility of people and therefore the likelihood of infection. At the same time, the Russian government did not ...
Added: October 24, 2020
Образовательное неравенство в условиях пандемии COVID‑19: связь социально-экономического положения семьи и опыта дистанционного обучения студентов
, , , Вопросы образования 2021 № 1 С. 74-92
The urgent transition to distance education in March 2020 revitalized the debate on the influence of a new educational reality on the educational inequality. A study was performed to measure the relationship between the difficulties experienced by students during distance learning and their socioeconomic status. Data from a nationwide survey of students administered in late ...
Added: March 17, 2021