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October-December 2016| Vol 32| Issue 4

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Integrating persons with mental illness in the society

Persons with mental illness face a lot of stigma and discrimination in the society, which also affects their help-seeking and access to treatment facilities, further jeopardizing their improvement and...


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Perceptions and attitudes of students of mass communication toward mental illness in Nigerian Tertiary Institution

Background: The power of the modern mass media is not limited to its ability to communicate information and entertain but derives primarily from its ability to define situations, thereby enabli...


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Social distancing attitudes toward the mentally ill and victims of sexual violence among college students in Southwest Nigeria

Background and Objectives: Negative perception and distancing attitudes toward individuals with mental illness and victims of sexual violence are prevalent in many societies and cultures, Attit...


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Self-medication hypothesis in substance-abusing psychotic patients: Can it help some subjects?

Background and Objectives: The evidence for gself.medication hypothesish (SMH) in patients with dual diagnosis psychosis has been conflicting, though largely not supported, recently. But, still...


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Religious coping as a predictor of outcome in major depressive disorder

Background: There is a large body of empirical evidence that religious coping can alter individualfs psychological, social, physical, and spiritual adjustment of people to stress or adversity. ...


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