Does stigma predict a belief in dealing with depression alone?
Background: Community surveys indicate that many people with depressive disorders do not obtain professional help and that a preference for self-reliance is an important factor in this treatment gap. The current study sought to investigate whether stigmatising attitudes predict a belief in the helpfulness of dealing with depression without external assistance. Methods: Data were collected as part of a national household survey of 2000 Australian adults aged 18 years and above. Participants were...[Show more]
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