Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : psychology

To evaluate the Prevalence of anxiety and depression during COVID- 19 pandemic


European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 1896-1906

Aim: To evaluate the Prevalence of anxiety and depression during COVID-19 pandemic.
Methods: This study was conducted during the Coronavirus outbreak. Following
development by the research team, the online survey was tested during these study periods.
100 participants were included in this study.
Results: 40% of participants reported feeling tight or wounded up from time to time
(sometimes), whereas 23% reported feeling this way all of the time. Many (35%) were
worried as if something terrible was going to happen, but 'not too severely,' while 33 percent
felt frightened 'a bit' as if something terrible was about to happen, but it did not bother them.
Many people (38 percent) had anxious thoughts from time to time, while others (24 percent)
had them all the time. Only 41% said they sat at ease and felt calm "generally," while others
said they didn't sit at ease and felt relaxed "very frequently" (33 percent ). More than half of
the students (55%) reported not being afraid or having a 'butterfly' feeling in their stomach,
whereas many others (24%) had that scared emotion 'sometimes.' Only 15% of the
participants reported being restless and on the move. In terms of experiencing a sudden sense
of panic attacks, just a small percentage (9%) reported having had this 'often' or 'very
frequently' (20 percent ). When asked if they still enjoyed the things they used to appreciate,
just 36% said they didn't enjoy them as much anymore. Only half of the students (50%) said
they could laugh and see the funny side of things "as much as they always could." A fresh
look at the participants' emotions indicated that just 47 percent of them felt joyful'sometimes,'
while others felt cheery 'not often/not at all' (24 percent , 14 percent respectively).

Psychology in an Artificial intelligence stance

Anu Abraham

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 3518-3525

This review discusses a role for psychology in the development in the sector of artificial intelligence. Cognitive science bestows the scientific basis for advancement in the realm of artificial intelligence. Gleaning a high tech machine that can think ,learn, reason, experience and can function autarchic bereft of supervision is one of the pivotal grails in all of computer science. Studies posit that higher education in psychology can smooth the path for reasoning about general issues. With a prodigiously autarchic, learning ,reasoning,artificially  intelligent system comes with a need to possess hardware and software that transcribes processes and subsystems  that subsist within a human brain including intuitive and emotional concepts. The idea of interweaving these two immense realms: the complexities of psychology and vitality of artificial intelligence has gained escalation in recent times. This review focuses on how computer implementation and psychological tools bring enhancement in the field of artificial intelligence.

A Study On Time Management And Behavior Of Youngsters

Jyoti Badge

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 230-236

The world is facing with spread of pandemic COVID 19. India is now battling this pandemic. Fear of life has spread through all parts of society, race, country and world. It has brought the whole world to a standstill. People locked within four walls. This unprecedented situation for our generation had such restrictions imposed on daily living. This effects to people’s physical and mental health. This study focuses on the undergraduate's actions and day-to-day behaviours at the lockout time. The undergraduate's daily activities enabled us to understand how individuals change their behaviour over time, and how some people react differently to others.

The Emotional Instability Of A Victim- An Interpretation Of ‘Turtles All The Way Down’.

Merrin R S; Poonkodi. M

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2293-2306

and dives significant into the mind of the youngster Aza Holmes. Various things happen in Aza's life and the guideline point of convergence of the book is on her internal fight. We consume most of this story inside Aza's mind. Aza has a nearest buddy called Daisy. The story opens in the optional school cafeteria when Aza is experiencing a "Thought Spiral" as she calls it. Life is going on in the cafeteria as her buddy endeavours to partake in conversation; anyway Aza is trapped in her special contemplations. Aza is desolately lost supposedly and Daisy shares a sharp brain and a reverence for Applebee's. Daisy is overflowing with enthusiasm always and relationship, while Aza isn't. Aza and Daisy at the same time enhance and upset each other. The article below gives some idea about the emotional instability of a woman. All the difficulties and hardships that she has suffered in her life is portrayed and it is further analyzed on the basis of how the victim look for self identity. Society has not always stood for mentally disturbed people. Even though there are many associations and organizations for helping them, these people are still neglected by everyone. It is so rare that one gives a helping hand for people who are mentally not stable. Mental illness is common and widespread. It is not something that comes to only one person. Through this article, the emotional instability of a character named Aza is put forth and how she manages to live her life with all these things happening behind her mind is shown.

The Emergence Of Mindfulness Acceptance Commitment For Psychological Enhancement During Covid-19 Pandemic

Nur Haziyanti Moahamad Khalid; Muhammad Idris Bullare @ Bahari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6081-6090

This paper aims to shed light on the conceptual framework of the emergence of Mindfulness Acceptance Commitment (MAC) training module for psychological enhancement during COVID-19 pandemic. This module known as MAC-COVID-19 is intended for providing knowledge of MAC to community in order to deal with stress symptoms caused by COVID-19 pandemic; provide systematic guidelines using MAC skills training; help community to maintain healthy mindset in response to the COVID-19 pandemic risk factors; and help community to achieve resiliency. The training contained in this module is based on self-help intervention. It is in line with the social distancing practiced by the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is hoped that this training module will benefit the community, helping them to deal with the psychological distress caused by the pandemic.

Practical Development Of Methods Of Organization Of Talented Students 'Contest

Tavboyev Sirojiddin Axbutaevich; Rajabov Orifjon Xonimqulovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3571-3578

Due to the wide range of high opportunities in students, their uniqueness, the availability of a wide range of mental and physical opportunities, various social problems eliminate the factors that can negatively affect their development due to increased attention to them in society. Therefore, there is a need to properly select gifted students to prevent them from being overlooked or to be protected from certain social problems. Probably, these ideas are at the heart of the selection of talented young people in our society and around the world and providing them with content-rich education. Therefore, the effective organization of the education of students selected on the basis of scientifically based and content-based methodologies is a topical issue and on this basis requires a number of practical work.This article shows the scientific and pedagogical issues, the psychological basis for the selection of gifted students in the field of science among senior students of specialized schools, and the study introduced special methods for the selection of gifted students in literature in specialized schools. The number of subjects is 265.This article is intended for professionals, undergraduate and graduate students majoring in pedagogy and psychology, senior researchers, and researchers conducting research.