Factors that affect the resilience of pre-school children in Eight Asian countries during COVID-19 pandemic

Among many abilities and skills that facilitate young children’s sound development, resilience has emerged as an important psychological constituent especially in confronting the unpredictable future of the world such as the COVID-19 pandemic and global warming.
Numerous reports on the increased stress and mental illness of children during the COVID-19 pandemic have prompted us to launch a collaborative survey on the factors affecting children’s resilience among Asian countries. Using the network of researchers and practitioners in childcare (Child Research Network Asia: CRNA), we have conducted a questionnaire survey among mothers of 5-year-old children in 8 Asian countries.

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[Project Number: 2020-1-CY01-KA201-066080]
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