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Figure 1: Coping mechanisms adopted by students during COVID-19 pandemic. Positive/active coping mechanisms include active coping, emotional support, use of informational support, positive reframing, planning, acceptance, religion, and humor. Supportive/distractive coping mechanisms include self-distraction, denial, substance use, behavioral disengagement, and venting

Figure 1: Coping mechanisms adopted by students during COVID-19 pandemic. Positive/active coping mechanisms include active coping, emotional support, use of informational support, positive reframing, planning, acceptance, religion, and humor. Supportive/distractive coping mechanisms include self-distraction, denial, substance use, behavioral disengagement, and venting