Sen Ye's research while affiliated with University of Macau and other places

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The outbreak of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), has thus far killed over 3,000 people and infected over 80,000 in China and elsewhere in the world, resulting in catastrophe for humans. Similar to its homologous virus, SARS-CoV, which caused SARS in thousands of peop...


... Moreover, a survey carried out by the American Psychiatric Association in the United States indicated that nearly half of its respondents experienced psychological problems, such as anxiety, during COVID-19 [29]. Therefore, it is important to ensure accurate information about infectious diseases; if negative emotions persist, psychological stress and tension can increase, leading to a wide range of mental illnesses, such as depression, anxiety disorder, panic disorder, remorse, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and delirium, and even suicide [1,30]. In this study, the group with particularly high understanding more commonly recognized that they felt negative emotions, such as "anxiety, hopelessness, and depression," while the group with a low understanding of infectious diseases was higher. ...