HOW SOCIAL COMPARISONS ARE LINKED TO SELF-STIGMA OF SEEKING HELP
The present research (N = 134) explored the relationship between one's personal values and one's perception of counselees' values, and how this discrepancy is linked to help-seeking self-stigma. Participants reported that they are less self-concerned and more benevolent than counselees, the latter of which predicted lower help-seeking stigma.
Meyers, Adam and Anello, Kelsey, "HOW SOCIAL COMPARISONS ARE LINKED TO SELF-STIGMA OF SEEKING HELP" (2019). University Research Symposium. 205.