BACKGROUND: The focus on family functioning characteristics related to various physical and
psychiatric conditions, as well as the examination of outcomes in children and adolescents across
diverse populations and countries, highlights the broad scope of the review. This comprehensive
approach is crucial for understanding the multifaceted effects of the pandemic on different aspects
of family life and mental health. The recognition of diversity in outcomes across different regions
and populations is essential, as the pandemic has not affected everyone uniformly. Socioeconomic,
cultural, and healthcare system differences can contribute to varied experiences and challenges
for families in different parts of the world. his type of review contributes to our collective
understanding of the unique challenges faced by families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
METHODOLOGY: Overall, 3677 articles were found in the 368 pages of PubMed, with overlap,
duplication, and ineligible articles totaling 3616. After the ineligible articles were rejected, 61
articles were accepted for assessment, but 42 articles were turned down for reasons related to
longitudinal studies, qualitative studies, and experimental research designs. Finally, using a cross
-sectional study design, we chose 19 publications.CONCLUSION: In this assessment, it is made
clear how the pandemic’s economic and societal pressures affect family functioning across all
age groups. Recognizing that studies have found negative effects on family functioning and that
the pandemic may have the most severe and lasting economic and social costs we have ever
Keywords: Family, Functioning, Covid.

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