Ayaz E. Y. , Dincer B.
Psychiatria Danubina, vol.33, pp.240-247, 2021 (Peer-Reviewed Journal)
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COVID-19, alexithymia, ruminative thought, pandemics, public health, TURKISH VERSION, MENTAL-HEALTH, RELIABILITY, DEPRESSION, VALIDITY, ANXIETY, SYMPTOMS, DISORDER, IMPACT, STYLE
Objective: The COVID-19 pandemic process caused many physiological and psychological effects on individuals. This study aims to examine the ruminative thinking and alexithymia levels of people in the COVID-19 pandemic process.