Adolescents' responses to peers with depression or conduct disorder
Objective: To determine how young people are likely to respond to a peer with mental illness, or who has severe behavioural problems. Method: A mental health literacy survey was conducted with 1137 adolescents in years 8, 9 and 10 in South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory. Respondents were presented with a vignette of either a 16-year-old boymeeting criteria for conduct disorder or a 16-year-old girl meeting criteria for major depression. As part of the survey, respondents were...[Show more]
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