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01 September 2020: Clinical Research

Impact of COVID-19 on Emotional Resilience and Learning Management of Middle School Students

Qing Zhang 1A , Longjun Zhou 1C* , Jianping Xia 2B

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.924994

Med Sci Monit 2020; 26:e924994

Table 1 Adolescents’ emotional resilience questionnaire (in Chinese).

1. When I’m in a bad mood, I can think of something happy.
2. Criticism from others will make me sad for a long time.
3. No matter what difficulties I meet, I can keep a good mood.
4. My mood is not easily disturbed by the outside world.
5. Unhappy things will make me upset for a long time.
6. I can adjust my negative emotions in a short time.
7. Unpleasant events during the day often keep me awake at night.
8. In the face of stress or frustration, I can find my own comfort.
9. No matter how bad I feel, I can always look on the bright side.
10. I feel bad when people misunderstand me.
11. It is hard for me to calm down after an argument.
The ability to generate positive emotions: 1, 3, 4, 8, 9. The ability to recover from negative emotional experiences: 2*, 5*, 6, 7*, 10*, 11* (* reverse scoring).

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