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COVID-19 & Students
This article provides strategies that can be incorporated to improve training in emergency and disaster management for psychology students.
This article provides strategies that can aid psychology students move past negative feelings and cope with imposter syndrome.
Let’s secure a bright future for psychology and mental health by supporting the outstanding work of our students and trainees.
COVID-19 y Síndrome del Impostor: ¿La pandemia agrava el fenómeno para los estudiantes?
COVID-19 & Imposter Syndrome: Is the pandemic exacerbating the phenomenon for students?
The Coronavirus pandemic has aggravated many issues throughout the world. The lockdowns and regulations imposed by different governments have led many to face unprecedented circumstances. Honduras, a country unfortunately known for its high rates of poverty, violence, and inequity, is no exception. Since the declaration of the pandemic in March 2020, the Honduran government mandated complete lockdowns for its entire population of 10 million (The World Bank, 2020). This has led to a spike of unemployment, health and socio-political crises, as well as an exacerbation of the on-going educational crisis.