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Title: Critical review of religion in coping against the COVID-19 pandemic by former COVID-19 muslim patients in Malaysia
Authors: Ab Rahman Z. 
Kashim M.I.A.M. 
Mohd Noor A.Y. 
Saari C.Z. 
Hasan A.Z. 
Ridzuan A.R. 
Ashaari M.F. 
Kassim S.B.M. 
Norhayati Rafida A.R. 
Keywords: COVID-19 Pandemic;Former COVID-19 Muslim Patients;Malaysia;Religion
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Innovare Academics Sciences Pvt. Ltd
Journal: International Journal of Critical Reviews 
The paper human needs can be categorised into two, namely physiological and psychological needs. The human physiological need refers to bodily health, whereas the internal need refers to the mental or spiritual aspect required for creating feelings of calmness in a person. When a need is not fulfilled, a crisis within a person emerges. Erikson opined that a person usually faces a problem caused by psychological or physiological aspects. The physical and psychological (internal) aspects of an individual should be simulated within a person until they are capable of facing a crisis. One type of crisis that influences the balance of the physical and psychological (internal) aspects is the situational crisis. A situational crisis occurs when a certain external element influences the psychological balance in an individual or the environment. For example, those suffering from COVID 19 are experiencing a situational crisis in the form of disruptions to the sufferer's physical and psychological (internal) states. � 2020 Innovare Academics Sciences Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.
ISSN: 23945125
DOI: 10.31838/jcr.07.05.219
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