Covid-Gender-Longitudinal

Published: 6 December 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/c4t5v3b9j4.1
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Esther Cuadrado

Description

SPSS data (one cross-sectional and other longitudinal) of a research about the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on self-efficacy to regulate negative emotion (RESE-NE) and anxiety, with a gender perspective. The results of the cross-sectional study confirm that RESE-NE decreases and anxiety increases more significantly for women than for men during the confinement. Longitudinal data show that the recovery of pre-pandemic levels of RESE-NE and anxiety once the confinement has ended was slower for women than for men; moreover the mediational role of RESE-NE on the resilience-anxiety and positivity anxiety links was confirmed.

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Cordoba University, Instituto Maimonides de Investigacion Biomedica de Cordoba

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Psychology

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