Resilience Research Digest

Latest findings on resilience are reviewed regularly by our Center experts and are highlighted in this Resilience Research Digest. Here, we focus on publications aligned with the mission of the Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness, namely exploring links between mental and physical health, and examining social factors that shape psychological resources for resilience and recovery. 

March-April 2022

Ang WH, Chew HS, Dong J, Yi H, Mahendren R, Lau Y (2022). Digital training for building resilience: Systematic review, meta-analysis, and meta-regression. Stress & Health.

Petrican R, Fornito A, Jones N (2022). Psychological resilience and neurodegenerative risk: A connectomics‐transcriptomics investigation in healthy adolescent and middle‐aged females. NeuroImage.

Sanchez M, Lamont M, Zilberstein S (2022). How American college students understand social resilience and navigate towards the future during covid and the movement for racial justice. Social Science & Medicine.

To QG, Vandelanotte C, Cope K, Khalesi S, Williams SL, Alley SJ, Thwaite TL, Fenning AS, Stanton R (2022). The association of resilience with depression, anxiety, stress and physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. BMC Public Health.

Zhao Y, Han L, Teopiz KM, McIntyre RS, Ma R, Cao B (2022). The psychological factors mediating/moderating the association between childhood adversity and depression: A systematic review. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.