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July-September 2020| Vol 3| Issue 3

Review Article

COVID-19 infection risk in pakistani health-care workers: The cost-effective safety measures for developing countries

To combat the massive COVID-19 infection rates, the health-care workers (HCWs) are likely to work for long hours under substantial pressures, along with the infection risk. The consequence is that t...


Original Article

Triggering altruism increases the willingness to get vaccinated against COVID-19

Introduction: Once a vaccine against COVID-19 is available, the question of how to convince as many people as possible to get vaccinated will arise. We test three different strategies to reac...


Original Article

Mental health problems and impact on youth minds during the COVID-19 outbreak: Cross-sectional (RED-COVID) survey

Introduction: The COVID-19 outbreak had impacted humankind with herculean force. Extensive Indian population which comprises youths are going through psychological resilience due to isolatio...


Original Article

Attitudes toward suicide: A comparison between urban and rural dwellers in Ghana

Introduction: Appropriate attitudes toward suicide (ATTS) is key to preventing suicide, a major mental health challenge worldwide. Hence, this study examined the differences between urban and...


Original Article

The effectiveness of group cognitive-behavioral therapy on general self-efficacy, self-control, and internet addiction prevalence among medical university students

Introduction: Various studies have highlighted the high prevalence of psychological and psychiatric problems among students with Internet addiction (IA). This study aimed to determine the eff...


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ISSN - Print: Awaited,
Online: 2589-9767

Social Health and Behavior, a publication of Qazvin University of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

  • Online submission
  • Wider visibility through open access
  • Higher impact
  • Prompt review

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