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Mental Health Stigma in a Politically Polarized 2019
This research examines the relationship between political views and mental health stigma. Though past research has examined the framing of mental illness and the predictive ability of political party affiliation in regard ...
Social Media Usage and Its Relationship to Personality
Today, about 3.03 billion people are active social media users, with the most popular platforms being Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and Pinterest. Over half of all past social media studies have focused exclusively ...
The Relationship Between Abortion Attitudes and Ratings of Responsibility for Unintended Pregnancies
Previous studies have looked at correlations between ratings of women’s responsibility for unintended pregnancies and abortion attitudes. This study presents six vignettes describing various causes of pregnancies and asks ...
The Relationship between Belief in a Just World and Victim Reporting, Self-Blame, and Perpetrator Blame
This study examined belief in a just world (BJW), attributional style, perceptions of police, and approach/avoidance motivation in victims’ likelihood of reporting their victimization to police, blaming themselves, and ...
Mental Health Providers’ Attitudes Toward Mental Illness and Intervention
This study examined the attitudes held by mental health professionals toward mental illness and intervention. The study’s hypothesis was that there will be clear differences in attitudes toward mental illness and intervention ...