Journal of Depression and Anxiety

Journal of Depression and Anxiety
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-1044

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Arben Hysenaj

Heimerer College, Psychology of Assessment and Intervention, University of Bamberg, Germany

  • Research Article   
    Cognitive Distortion among Infected Patients from COVID-19- A Qualitative Analysis
    Author(s): Arben Hysenaj*

    Introduction: SARS-COVID-19 now is known as a pandemic and planetary widespread virus, and there is little known about the impact of this pandemic on people's health. This study aims to investigate the cognitive distortion (ourselves, self-blame, and about the world) among infected people from SARS-COVID-19. Methodology: Individual semi-structured interviews were conducted among 18 interviewees. Interviews were recorded, transcribed, and analyzed via Grounded Theory approach. Results: Findings indicate that infected people from SARS-COVID-19 show cognitive distortions about the world, about themselves, and self-blame. Conclusions: There should be a focus on decreasing the cognitive distortion among infected people, to avoid psychological disorders and behavior deviation that can come .. Read More»

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