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Description: Research performed in China during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic outbreak shows that university students are at risk of higher levels of stress, depression, and anxiety disorder, and their satisfaction with life decreases. The study aims to examine the mental health and wellbeing of undergraduates from other countries around the world. The cross-sectional survey study will examine general physical health, perceived stress, posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, satisfaction with life, physical activity, relational status, religiosity and spirituality, positive outcomes of COVID-19 pandemic, primary sources of concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and experience of coronavirus disease. The status of the prevalence of coronavirus disease in particular countries will be under control during the research. We will compare the wellbeing of undergraduates between countries from various regions of the world. Also, the association between variables will be analyzed to find universal determinants of wellbeing indices and also specific predictors for the particular countries.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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