Extrinsic Life Goals' Deleterious Influence on Mental Illness Self-Stigma
The present research explored the relationship between extrinsic life goals and mental illness stigma. Two hundred fifteen undergraduates completed assessments of values, self-stigma, and demographics. Even after controlling for relevant covariates, prioritizing extrinsic values predicted greater mental illness self-stigma. Implications for practice and policy will be discussed.
Guzaldo, Joseph, "Extrinsic Life Goals' Deleterious Influence on Mental Illness Self-Stigma" (2018). University Research Symposium. 71.