Resilience, Gratitude, Affectivity, Life Satisfaction and Death Anxiety among Adults during COVID- 19 Lockdown
Keywords:Adults, resilience, gratitude, positive Affect, negative Affect, satisfaction with life, death anxiety, COVID- 19 lockdown.
AbstractCOVID- 19 Lockdown impacted people of all ages, however majorly adults as these are the important years of career and settlement. This study explored whether resilience, gratitude, positive affect, negative affect, life satisfaction and death anxiety are related in any way among adults during COVID-19 lockdown. We used descriptive correlational design, the sample comprised of 260 adults from northern India. The results showed that Resilience, Gratitude, and Positive Affect significantly contribute to Life Satisfaction, and Death Anxiety is significantly predicted by Negative Affect. Also, Females showed higher Gratitude than males. Our study contributes to a recent discussion on Death Anxiety as a factor for disability in the pandemic and has implications for psychological factors which play a role in determining Life Satisfaction and Death Anxiety.
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