ABSTRACT. Empirical evidence on gender-related depression, anxiety, and psychological stress experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic has been scarcely documented in the literature. Using and replicating data from ACHA, ARI, GWI, Harvard Medical School, HMN, ICF, LAC/DMH, Pew Research Center, Rek et al. (2020), Statista, and UNC School of Medicine, I performed analyses and made estimates regarding mental health and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling.

Keywords: gender; depression; anxiety; psychological stress; COVID-19

How to cite: Duncan, C. (2020). “Gender-related Depression, Anxiety, and Psychological Stress Experienced during the COVID-19 Pandemic,” Journal of Research in Gender Studies 10(2): 84–94. doi:10.22381/JRGS10220204

Received 20 May 2020 • Received in revised form 21 December 2020
Accepted 24 December 2020 • Available online 28 December 2020

Craig Duncan
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The Internet of Things-based Smart Healthcare
Systems Laboratory at AAER, Toronto, Canada

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