Ethnicity, Life Satisfaction, Stress, Familiarity, and Stigma towards Mental Health
The authors examined the relative contribution of ethnicity, life satisfaction, level of stress, familiarity with mental health treatment, and self‐ and public stigma on attitudes toward mental health treatment among a diverse sample (N = 632) of adults. Results indicated that ethnicity, stress, familiarity, and self‐stigma of mental illness were significant predictors of attitudes. Additionally, familiarity with mental health treatment moderated the relationship between public stigma and attitude.
Kim, Tae-Hee, "Ethnicity, Life Satisfaction, Stress, Familiarity, and Stigma towards Mental Health" (2020). Faculty Publications. 91.