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|Title:||Psychosocial correlates of college students’ help-seeking intention: A meta-analysis|
|Citation:||Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2014; 45(3):163-170|
|Publisher:||American Psychological Association|
|Department:||Faculty of Health Sciences|
|Li, Wenjing; Dorstyn, Diana S.; Denson, Linley A.|
|Abstract:||Associations between psychosocial variables and help-seeking intention among college students have often been examined, with inconclusive and sometimes conflicting findings. To consolidate the available research, data from 18 eligible studies comprising a total of 6,839 participants were pooled and meta-analyzed. Attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help and anticipated utility demonstrated the strongest correlations with help-seeking intention. Practice implications are discussed, including the importance of psychoeducation on the effectiveness of evidence-based intervention to motivate professional help-seeking.|
|Keywords:||mental health services, help-seeking, college|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology publications|
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