Category Archives: Stigma

Press Release: Identifying Youth as “At Risk” for Mental Problems May Be Less Stigmatizing Than Mental Health Symptoms

Study Suggests Benefits of Early Intervention Outweigh Stigma of At-Risk Labeling   September 29, 2015 — There is an emergent and promising field of research on schizophrenia prevention, yet little is known about the potential harm and risks inherent in identifying … Continue reading

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New Work Shows Marriage Outcomes for those with Psychosis Differ by Urban vs. Rural Settings in China

A new paper from Lawrence Yang entitled “Marriage outcome and relationship with urban versus rural context for individuals with psychosis in a population-based study in China.” was just published in Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. Social integration for people with … Continue reading

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