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Social Psychiatric Consequences Of Incorrect Information About Covid 19
Meysam Nasiri, Mehdi Baghban *
Phd Of Marketing Management, Department Of Management, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran
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Background : Four unknown pneumonias were recorded on December 26, 2019 in China. All the infected people were from the same family. As long as the virus did not expand, this issue could not be worried, but during the next two days, 28 and 29 December 3 were reported other case. The release of incorrect news in the Corona crisis caused the countries involved with this disease experience difficult conditions. In this paper, we tried to make false information and social psychiatric consequences of release of this information in Critical Crisis.
Method :In this review article, the keywords of coronavirus and COVID-19 and their association with the word’s false news, pandemic, psychiatric outcomes, social consequences in Springer, PupMed Google Scholar, Science Direct, ProQuest Scopus Google, Magiran, sid, Normgaz, Irandoc, ensani.ir and Civilica were investigated between January 2019 and May 2020.
Result: Psychological effects The rapid onset and spread of the disease has made changes in people's lives and has created negative psychological effects such as depression and fear anxiety.
Conclusion: According to the end result of psychological consequences, the negative effects of false news of the disease on the mental health of children and adolescents and the development of behavioral problems, a variety of fears of physical and social isolation, fatigue, impatience, inattention and irritability.
Keywords: COVID-19 Misinformation, Psychiatric Outcomes of COVID-19, Social Consequences of COVID-19.
Type of Study: Review | Subject: General
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Nasiri M, Baghban M. Social Psychiatric Consequences Of Incorrect Information About Covid 19. Int J Med Invest. 2022; 11 (3)
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