Self-stigma in individuals with mental illness

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Abstract

This study investigated the predictors and consequences of the cognitive content and habitual process of self-stigma among individuals with mental illness. Findings showed that familial expressed emotion and experienced professional discrimination predicted self-stigma content and process, both of which, in turn, predicted poorer objective and subjective outcomes. Copyright © 2017 29th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention (APS).
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2017

Citation

Chan, K. K. S. (2017, May). Self-stigma in individuals with mental illness. Poster presented at the 29th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention (APS), Sheraton Boston Hotel, Boston, MA, USA.

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