Department of Psychology
College or School
Faculty Research Advisor
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous worldwide impact and is one that remains widely misunderstood. The virus is typically regarded as respiratory syndrome however, there appears to be variability in symptoms that affect each individually differently. Recent reports have suggested neurological manifestations that range from mild to severe. The objective of this review is to analyze the different neurological/neuropsychiatric outcomes of COVID-19 such as cognitive changes and risk factors succeeding viral infection. Another aim of this analysis is to investigate the diversity in symptoms as it relates to different demographics.
Barber, Nicolette, "The Neurological/Neuropsychiatric Outcomes of COVID-19" (2021). Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) Student Presentations. 494.